It is impossible not to associate the success of Apple and its products with its co-founder, Steve Jobs. His ability to create very popular products while cementing Apple as a premier brand is applauded by many, reaching over $110 billion in revenues before he handed the CEO duties over to Tim Cook.
Steve credits his success to one major thing – INTUITION!
The power of intuition was something he became fascinated with when he visited India in his younger days, much before Apple became a company, and he credits intuition for having a major impact on his work in his autobiography, written by Walter Isaacson.
In his famous commencement address given at Stanford University in 2005, he enlightens the students to trust their intuition when moving their lives forward:[/fusion_text][fusion_vimeo id=”241100622″ alignment=”center” width=”750″ height=”420″ autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” /][fusion_text]
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