Working 9-5 (a.m.)

Ever randomly wondered about the inception of Apple, Inc.?

Same here.

Steve Jobs will forever be the face of tech giant and lifestyle brand Apple, Inc. However, it’s imperative to remind ourselves that there was another Steve in Apple’s lore:

Steve Wozniak.

This is Steve II’s memory of how a revolution was born soldered.

As we’re enjoying the Olympics in Rio, specifically the events and sports we watch exclusively every four years, what we see is the final stage of years of preparation and determination. Equally fascinating, though, are the preceding years and moments alone on the beach, in the pool, in the gym, on the winding road, on the pitch or in the garage.

How did these individuals reach the summit in their respective fields?

Steve Wozniak’s recollection of his youthful motivation for building computer parts serves as an inspirational lesson for us all. That lesson is to find our passion and start creating. And so often, the drive behind some of the world’s greatest innovators (and some Olympic athletes) isn’t always what we imagine from a distance. The sport is not always the central reason for competing. Still, from far away, we possess the clarity to recognize authenticity, inventive vision and talent and it’s what brings us into another person’s story with a powerful, magnetic attraction.

And apparently, if you want to succeed in tech, be named Steve. If you want to host a late night talk show, be named Jimmy, James or Jay.

I have always wanted my own studio audience…

Time to write my monologue jokes, until about 4:00 a.m.


Posted on August 10, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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