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Saturday, 8 October 2011

Learning From Steve Jobs

I really was not a fan of Steve Jobs when he was alive. Maybe its due to the fact that i was not using any of Apple's products. After his death, i got to know just a little about him..and this little i know has really caused a transformation in my life.
My purpose of writing this is not to tell you stories about the Great Apple Legend Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) the world just aim of writing this article is really to motivate you (kinda off-topic).

We the Staff of Science-Technology Villa really do care about our esteemed visitors and readers, we don't want you reading science and technology articles all the time, we've deemed it fit to make you believe that you've got the potentials to do something extra ordinary.

Do permit me to say that Steve Jobs have every right in the world not to be who he was before he died. He was adopted, and i he must have faced several challenges in life. Irrespective of this challenges, he came out to be an icon, legend and mentor to several people- including myself. Transforming the lives of people directly and indirectly. Taking a look at what he told John Sculley when he "lured" him in 1983 to becoming Apple's CEO, "Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world?"

That quote has done lots of things in my life...

Concluding this article, I'll like to ask you two important questions:

1. What will you be remembered for when you die?

Steve Jobs remembrance will continue for generations yet unborn, not only for Apple, but for the transformation in people's life.

2. Would you like to change the world?

Please our esteemed readers, we beg your indulgence to ask yourself these questions and make the right decisions. Nobody can build your future better than you can do.

We do hope that you'll become a Great Legend like Steve Jobs.

Your comments will be highly appreciated in this post.
Good Night Steve Jobs.

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