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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
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it was amazing
bookshelves: 2012, bio

I wish to write a review of this book but words fail me, simply put it was a great read and I recommend it because sometimes we need to read about people. Not just non-fiction and fantasy can spark ideas into our minds and kindle our imagination but biographies like this one can be a great source for learning on how to evolve as individuals and find out ways in life.

I don't read many bios but from time to time I come across to some interesting book about people that changed our world and revolutionized it and helped the society become a better place, Steve Jobs was one of those memorable people. His passion and great products and his control made significant improvements to our lifestyle.

If you are planning on picking this one up or any other of his biographies or books about other people please focus on reading about what made those people memorable so you can learn and come to a conclusion then make your strategy and act, maybe then you too can become memorable!

Thank you Steve!

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Reading Progress

July 30, 2012 – Started Reading
July 30, 2012 – Shelved
July 30, 2012 – Shelved as: 2012
July 30, 2012 –
July 30, 2012 –
15.0% "This book tells me what I already know /what I need to know/ what I don't know"
July 31, 2012 –
40.0% "LOL @ the hygiene of Steve Jobs
Wozniak is a gentle giant
The Journey is the reward! I like this one
Steve pays $100.000 for the NeXT logo
Steve and his self-sacrificial desire for making great products, one man's dream!"
August 2, 2012 –
55.0% "Steve was named the Da Vinci of our times , had a daughter called Lisa and a sister named Mona.
Also Jobs was the right man in the right place at the right time .
Somehow this biography of Jobs is told in a brutal yet soft perspective."
August 5, 2012 –
85.0% "I have to say, this book is interesting but I have some issues it praises Jobs too much at times and it's full of corporate gossip!"
August 9, 2012 – Finished Reading
January 28, 2016 – Shelved as: bio

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