Drive to Achieve
The drive for achievements; and entrepreneur must be greatly motivated in accomplishing his/her goals or objectives. He/she should posses a psychological drive to achieve things that he/she set for him/her self as a target to take in a given time. This drive could make him/her self as a person that has a result oriented views in life.
One of the entrepreneur who best described in this entrepreneurial skills is Steve Paul “ Steve” Jobs. He is best known as the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. In his earlier of life, he was dropped out from college, however he’d never give up. He was a very intelligent and driven young man. Steve Jobs started Apple in his parents’ garage, along with high-school buddy Steven Wozniak. Years later, which in 1985 Steve Jobs faced his fair share of naysayers in his lifetime, he got fired very publicly from Apple, the company he created. By most people’s standards, this would be the epitome of failure but not to him. After getting fired, Steve went on to create NeXT, a computer platform development company. He also purchased the computer graphics division of Lucasfilm Ltd, and later spun it off as Pixar (which was subsequently acquired by Disney in 2006). However, in 1996, in an ironic twist of events, Apple, after a decade of steady losses since firing Steve Jobs, acquired NeXT for the computer platform system which it was missing. Steve stepped in as interim CEO in 1997, before being appointed as official CEO in 2000. Under his leadership, Apple was brought back from the brink of bankruptcy, and is today the largest company in the world. And he had became one of the most successful entrepreneur in the world even his highest education qualification was high school level. He listened to his heart and did what he felt he had to do. Being guided by that led him to realize his goals and brought him to achievements of today. “People sometimes have goals in life. Steve Jobs exceeded every goal he ever set for...
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