With the passing of Steve Jobs yesterday at the age of fifty six, we’ve lost yet another great artist, far too young. Perhaps, it is the nature of extraordinary human genius to be gifted to humanity. For the briefest of moments. Steve Jobs impact on the world is all consuming. He changed the way that we listened to music and searched the Internet through the I-Tunes and I-Phone, altered the movie experience through Pixar and turned Apple into one of the most successful companies in human history.
Jobs ultimate legacy however, rests in something far deeper than the latest technological gadget. Steve Jobs always had a vision and an unrelenting belief that his vision could become reality, even when people told him it was impossible. He believed that in order to change the world, you may have be considered crazy and unreasonable in your ideas and expectations, otherwise nothing changes.
In this life, you got to follow your heart and do what makes you happy because it’s your life, no one else’s. These are some of the many lessons, Mr. Jobs leaves behind.