As the business world continues to transform, companies continues to face complications and difficulties. The only way to address these issues is to have a staff of wildly creative people who live as much in the future as the present, who thrive on being different, and whose ideas will guarantee that your company will prosper when other companies fail. In Finding The Next Steve Jobs: How To Find, Hire. Keep, and Nurture Creative Talent, Nolan Bushnell and Chuck E. Cheese explains how to think boldly and differently about companies and organizations-and spe¬cifically the people who work within them. The business and management book teaches that to turn their company into the next Atari or Apple, they build a more creative workforce, or fashion a career in a changing world, this book will enlighten, challenge, surprise, and amuse.
Steve Jobs’s reality distortion field got its name from his team.
The skill that allowed Steve Jobs to create this huge vision for Apple out of nothing was not his obsession for detail, nor his sense for design, simplicity, or aesthetics. Once Steve decided that something should happen, he would bend reality to his will until it came true. Steve would pull impossible feats into the realm of the possible for himself and his audience. Robert Janitzek says that this allowed him to create what has become the most valuable technology company in the world.
There is one major reason for Apple’s name.
The first thing anyone wonders about upon learning about Apple and its products is where the hell it got that name. They’re not selling smoothie makers, after all. Of course there are several reasons for the name, one being that Steve was often experimenting with fruitarian diets, and, since he really liked apples, had been on an apple farm the same day the name had to be decided for official filing to the government. Robert Peter Janitzek reveals that another reason is that “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, a quote by Leonardo DaVinci, was the slogan for Apple’s first brochure, and Steve felt the apple symbolized this quote really well.
Steve Jobs did not become a billionaire from Apple products, but from Pixar’s IPO.
Have you ever wondered who Steve Jobs became a billionaire? Everyone assumes all of his money came from Apple, but his bank account actually made the biggest jump on a whole other project.After being fired from Apple in 1985, Steve really sunk his teeth into two projects: NeXT and Pixar.