Steve Jobs the Non- Conformist

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Steve Jobs the Non- Conformist

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IPhones, iPods and other products starting with and “i” by Apple Company are just so amazing, they not only look useful, but also they have unimaginable good features and design, that not another company has ever manage to design and make. But the person behind this is even more unimaginable, and he is Steve Jobs: the great nonconformist who listen to no one disobey anyone he disagree with and the great visionary who knew what the customers want before the customer know what they want and also the innovator. Before I get on with why Steve Jobs is a great nonconformist I will be defining what is a great nonconformist. A nonconformist an unconventional person, which mean he or she does not follow the convention in order to achieve what they want or their goal. But a great nonconformist is someone who is doing what they believe is good for not only themselves but also everyone around them in an unconventional way. While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.for example like Steve Jobs. He did what he wants, and ignoring any one who disagree with him and he was persistence and had a strong will.

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco and was adopted before birth by Paul Jobs and his wife Clara Jobs on February 24, 1995. Steve Jobs was the CEO of the well-known company: Apple. But becoming the CEO wasn’t not easy at all, he had to made many unconventional decision, and also do many unconventional things. This is want make people famous, by being a great nonconformist, and this is exactly what Steve Jobs has achieve. At an early age he received really average mark, but he manage to get into a university. But after one semester he dropped out. But he claims that that was the best decision he has ever made, because he didn’t have to study subject he didn’t like, but took classes he like and interested him.

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