Steve Jobs’ Vision of Life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYfNvmF0Bqw

All people on Earth are 99.9% the same. And this is a scientific fact, there is just a 0.1% difference between the genes of any two people. What the heck? What we all have learned from our everyday life is that everyone is different, too. Why are we so much the same, and at the same time so much different? Why do some people become billionaires, some become musicians, etc…? Well, one of the things that makes everyone so unique is the way she/he looks in life. Everybody is affected differently by different things in life and this is how different characters are formed. Some are not that afraid of taking risks, and others are more careful about such situations. And there are thousands of such mental factors that form us as person, as what we are. And the cool thing about all this is that we could learn to see some things differently, and this way we have some control over the person we would like to be.

We could learn from the success of others. It has always been extremely interesting for me how the greatest entrepreneurs see things in life. Why did they become so successful and why most of us haven’t reached this (yet)? What’s so special about them? How exactly do entrepreneurs think? There is no simple answer to these questions, but there is plenty of information on the web, we can use to answer them. Here is such a video… It’s about one of the entrepreneurs that have changed the world – Steve Jobs. His impact The movie is about Jobs’s philosophy about life. He shares the way he sees some things, things that shaped his character, and gives some advice about how we can improve ourselves as human beings.



“Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact, and that is, everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you … the minute that you understand that you can poke life … that you can change it, you can mold it … that’s maybe the most important thing.”
Steve Jobs

Enough BS, let’s get straight to the video. I hope I warmed you up a little with the words from above. By the way, The Movie is titled “One Last Thing”

One Last Thing From Steve Jobs

Please, do not hesitate to share this video on social networks if you like it. Also, don’t miss watching the amazing Steve Jobs’ commencement speech in Stanford University, and HERE you can watch a movie about his life. We believe you will enjoy them.

Some tips on how to be an innovator

Innovation is the key to success in any industry, but it can take a lot of trial and error to become a successful innovator. Fortunately, anyone can become an innovator if they have the right mindset and follow certain steps. Here’s how to become an innovator and make real change.

1. Question Everything. From products to solutions to processes, challenging the status quo is one of the hallmarks of being an innovator. If there’s something that doesn’t quite make sense or an issue that needs solving, ask yourself: “Why isn’t this working? What can I do differently? How can I make this better?” By recognizing existing problems and remaining open-minded about potential solutions, you open up a world of possibilities for yourself.

2. Pay Attention To Your Surroundings. Keeping your eyes and ears open is essential for any innovator; you never know what potential ideas or inspirations may be lurking around the corner. Whether it’s reading articles about the latest advances in technology or having conversations with people from different backgrounds, actively paying attention to your environment gives you a better understanding of what kind of innovation may be impactful.

3. Find People Who Push You To Take Risks. Seek out mentors who have gone through similar experiences and can push you towards taking risks in order to innovate. Having someone who understands why it’s important to take chances and fail–and still keep going–is essential in developing an innovative mindset.

4. Value UX – User Experience Matters! Making sure that whatever innovation you come up with is actually making life easier for the people who use it should be top priority; any confusion or unnecessary obstacles will test user patience and loyalty to your product or service, so keep UX top-of-mind when brainstorming solutions or coming up with new ideas.

5. Test & Iterate Rapidly. Mark Twain said it best: “The secret of getting ahead is getting started”; once you have an idea worth testing, make sure you act on it quickly in order to gather feedback as soon as possible so you can adjust accordingly and move on if needed (this could be as simple as starting conversations with users about their needs). By testing rapidly and iterating quickly based on user feedback, you get a good indication whether or not your innovation has potential without wasting too much time on false leads..

6 . Think Big . . . But Start Small . Think big – aim for ambitious goals – but start small by breaking down complex problems into smaller ones that are more manageable. Laying out a game plan from the onset gives structure to each task so that it’s easier for different stakeholders to contribute to each step along the way towards achieving something greater than any one person could independently achieve; this also allows for better collaboration between teams which are increasingly important when trying to innovate.(