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The Risks Steve Jobs Took

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Justin Wilcoxen

on 4 March 2015

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Steve Jobs was a smart, creative and amazing entrepreneur. He was born February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California.He has worked for many famous companies before Apple like Atari. He once worked for Pixar and helped release the movie 'Toy Story.' But other than that Steve Jobs was a risky man in creating one of the biggest companies ever.
Who Steve Jobs Was:
Steve Jobs while trying to create Apple faced many challenges. For instance, he was fired from the company he co-founded when it was starting to fall apart. Another obstacle was he had to make sure that this company didn't crumble and go bankrupt. Steve Jobs was plagued with tons of different obstacles on his way to the creation of Apple.
The Obstacles Steve Jobs Faced:
Steve Jobs took many risks to create the legacy he has now. For example, he dropped out of college to trek around India for his religion. He also came up with the idea of the iPhone which was revolutionary even though that idea could have been rejected.
The Risks that Created Steve Jobs
The Risks Steve Jobs Took
By: Justin Wilcoxen Pd. 3
I believe Steve Jobs, "Risked it All" because he put everything into his ideas with the thought that the ideas could be rejected. Some people might argue that Steve Jobs had plenty of money and jobs to fall back on. But, he wouldn't have the legacy he has now with creating Apple.
How Steve Jobs "Risked it All"
"My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to make them better."(Goodnet.org)
"What a computer is to me is the most remarkable tool we have ever created."(Goodnet.org)
"Innovation distinguishes the difference between a leader and a follower."(cnn.com)
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