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Nah.Very Fastlane. Maybe he’s read the books?
I find it very interesting that the fact that he never knew his biological father had always affected him yet he treated his first daughter like crap.Nah.
He's more like a brand ambassador for UNSCRIPTED haha.
But mind you, his treatment of his daughter was quite the shitshow...
Ignored her a lot and didn't even give money support.
My Quora feeds have been firing lots of harsh news features on that area too much for my liking these days....
I don't know why. Is Quora having some kind of agenda in mind?
Another hilarious SteveJob-ism is.. read about his thoughts onLicense plates. He hated license plates and thought they made cars look tacky, so he did what any rational human being would do... he just never put them on. He found this loophole in California law where it was legal for you to drive around with no plates for 6 months from the date of purchase of a new vehicle. So what did he do? He, of course, just got a new one every 6 months. Every 6 months he would lease the same exact silver Mercedes SL and not have to put plates on it. When it came time that he would have to put plates on, he would just bring it back to the dealership and get another brand new one. Lmfao. At Apple it was famous because his parking spot always had a brand new Silver, plateless SL in it.I thought it was funny that Steve never bought any furniture because he was such a perfectionist. lol
This was a great read:Steve Job's is great for nuggets like these.
Steve Jobs was leading a class at Stanford in 1982. He asked them, "How many are you virgins? How many of you have taken LSD?"Steve Job's is great for nuggets like these.
I really like his Stanford speech. People just pick up on the 'do what you love' nonsense, but he said something else which is part of how Unscripted people think.
Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And, most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
In 1984, Steve Jobs asked Coca-Cola Executive John Sculley, "Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life or do you to change the world?"That's amazing haha.
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