The news struck Apple users, the hearts of free thinkers, leaders, pioneers, and the entire planet. Steve Jobs, left us a spectacular legacy and a life story that despite being much shorter than usual was as intense as possible. Jobs wanted to see his thinking, charisma and wisdom reflected in his products and services, but above all he insisted on work, improvement and passion for creating new products that will change the world.
All adjectives fall short when it comes to talking about Jobs. It is true that his strong and tough character is not the part that was known about Jobs. This was co-founder and CEO of Apple along with Steve Wozniak, creator and producer at Pixar, largest shareholder of The Walt Disney, founder of the computer company NeXT, father of the first iPhone, creator of the Macintosh or our Mac as we know them today …
The phrase that we all know and marked the university students
One of the memories that we all have in mind beyond that it was a CEO quite different from the rest It is the speech at a college graduation in the United States. Jobs, brought out all his charisma and left phrases like this:
Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. (…) Do not let the noise of the opinions of others drown out your own inner voice. And, most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and your intuition. (…) Everything else is secondary
Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 and his life was not always rosy. He was an adopted child, did not finish university studies, flirted with drugs for many years of his life, suffered a harsh divorce, had a complicated relationship with his daughter and many other problems. Actually all this was part of the history of Jobs, a legend who knew how to turn all these problems at the time and who finally ended up being the most influential person on the planet during that time and why not say it, this time too.
Macs, iPhones, iPads, music, movies, and ultimately everything that Jobs believed in and was passionate about became something that revolutionized the world. In all these years and those to come, we will never be able to forget the legacy he left us, the good and bad times he went through and, above all, we will never forget that Jobs determined to change the world with his ideas. On October 5, 2011 jobs left us after years of fighting against pancreatic cancer, 10 years later, his legacy is still latent among Apple users and in love with technology all over the world.