Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different Quotes

Karen Blumenthal
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For you to sleep well at night, the aesthetic, the quality, has to be carried all the way through.”
-- Steve Jobs (chapter 1 paragraph 10)

Importance: Steve learned to care for the quality and the beauty of something he built from his father who told him you can’t build a beautiful wooden chest of drawers made of fine wood that has a plywood backing.

Years later, Jobs said that his experience in India taught him ‘the power of intuition and experiential wisdom,’ of relying on your experience and common sense, as opposed to Western intellect and rational thinking – a difference of approach that influenced his life’s work.”
-- Author (chapter 5 paragraph 13)

Importance: This passage demonstrates that no matter what experiences one has, they are valuable, teach something and can be applied in other areas and times of one’s life and career.

It was as if my whole life had been leading up to this point. That night, the night...
-- Steve Wozniak (chapter 6 paragraph 7)

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