Steve Jobs: Your Time Is Limited So Don’t Waste It Living Someone Else’s Life


It seems only fitting that, on the first anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, I draw attention to this portion of his Stanford University Speech.

By now, this speech is legendary and most probably will be one of the most significant speeches ever given throughout history.

However, the above video focuses on Steve Jobs’ thoughts about death. It is inspiring, it is courageous and it is indelibly memorable.

It will resonate with you for the rest of your life and, if taken wisely and seriously, may impact the direction of your personal and professional decisions from hereon in.

Steve Jobs was a genius; however, more than that, he possessed incredible insight and intuition that allowed him to touch the hearts and minds of all who came to know him.

Today is a day when we should focus on all the exciting advancements we have come to enjoy because of Steve Jobs’ passion for arts and technology.

As a musician, his life’s work has touched my life in a significant manner.

Special thanks to 1digitalfingerprint for once again drawing my attention to this video.

Our hearts and our prayers go out to Steve Jobs’ wife, Laurene, his children and family members.

R.I.P. Steve. You are missed but feel consoled that you have left Apple in capable and wise hands.

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Posted on October 5, 2012, in Apple, RIP, Steve Jobs, Technology and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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