he was a genus and he always gave 100 percent hard work in everything that he did. he never believed anything was impossible. he fought against a disease and even though he is dead now we will never forget how much he changed technology. I love him RIP steve.
His mentality to always strive for perfection and not accept no as an answer. He always pushed everything and everybody around him to the limit and that's how he was able to change the way our world views computers and technology.
Because he was really clever and really smart at the same time and the apple association is a success because of him and we all thank him 4 that and thats why the world has perfect technology and we thank u STEVE JOBS1!!!!
I'm inspired by anyone that has an idea and follows through until it's complete. I am also in awe of people that change the world with a product/device they thought of and built. I'm not inspired by a president that wants to take more of the people's money that perform like Steve Jobs and give it to people that have babies by several different daddies and NEVER work a day in their lives. I'm inspired by people wanting to become citizens of this country that can bring something to the table besides lawn care and busing tables. I'm inspired by a guy that figures he is not a college guy but learns a trade and earns a great salary. I'm inspired by work. I am VERY inspired by Health care workers, first responders, cops, our military. I'm sick of freeloaders. I'm sick of drug dealers. They should be shot dead when they come to your window. I'm sick of gangs. Most are not tough when alone. Steve Jobs was inspiring. They say he was an ass to work around. It worked! He put the world in our hands.
Steve Jobs has had more influence on my entire adult life than any man other than my husband. In 1981 I was 'placed' into the computing department at the local state college. Along came Dos PCs. Ugh .. like slogging through mud barefoot, pulling cement blocks by rope. Then someone plopped an Apple Macintosh on my desk and told me to learn to use it. I did. How intuitive! I could swear it knew what I was thinking! Then I started teaching it. From then on I was learning, growing, developing, designing, writing, teaching and converting faculty, staff, students, colleagues, friends, family, strangers on the street and even Best Buy Geek Squad pc-techs to Apple products. I consciously and unconsciously compare every product in daily life to the efficiency and joy of using my Macs: cars, TVs, books, e-readers, you name it. Everything else comes up short. On my tombstone, I want inscribed my constant advice to all who complain about anything computers: You shoulda gotta Mac. I'm now 63, retired, and work on my Apple computers daily in my home office. My love affair with Steve Jobs' brilliant vision continues.