I love books that add value to our lives and provide us with lot of inspiration. This particular book titled
“How to think like Steve Jobs” happened to grab my attention out of nowhere when I was browsing through the personal library of my wife’s father. It’s true that there are numerous books written by many, under the label of Steve Jobs, and I believe they all share the wisdom of Steve Jobs in overall, no matter how different their stories are.
In the course of reading this book “How to think like Steve Jobs“, I was able to harness an array of material on this man, once known as the hardest-working man in Silicone Valley, and how he transformed the computer and music industries. He was known to lead Apple from its humble beginnings, starting it off in his parents’ garage to the global empire it is today. So the big question for everybody, (especially after his death) was How did he do it? In this book, the author tries to answer this question by drawing out key elements on Job’s life and work, and about his vision towards technology. In fact, the book suggests that everything Jobs produced (Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad) has the personality, charisma and his style built-in to them. So it’ll be worthy to study his life rather than his products so we could add some value to our lives and view the world from the eyes of a visionary.
In this post I intend highlight some of the key elements from this book, that took my attention, as in below. Continue reading “How to think like Steve Jobs..”