Jobs was a Man of Vision

Mind on Media

Walter Isaacson’s “Steve Jobs” depicts Jobs in a way that is both honest and reflective. Despite his many flaws, Jobs greatest strength was his ability to inspire. His employees named this inexplicable power the “reality distortion field”. He would wield this power to build the technological juggernaut Apple and revolutionize the music, computer, and movie industries. Speaking of this gift, Elizabeth Holmes said, “He has the attitude that he could do anything, and therefore so can you. He put his life in my hands. So that made me do something I didn’t think I could do.”  People with real vision are rare. Many of us spend our lives unsure of what we really want. Once Jobs had an idea he was dedicated to it. This resulted in incredible moods swings and frequent tantrums, but at the heart of the all that chaos was his passion for perfection. People respected that, and they…

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