Steve Jobs

Think Different.  That seems to be the secret sauce for many of the ultra-successful. Just like that Big Mac sauce that we all love, but will never admit to, the recipe of today’s show subject has also reached global fame.  Steve Jobs came from very humble beginnings but wound up being the face for one of the biggest companies in the world.  If you go into any trendy coffee shop, you’re bound to see the full assortment of products that Jobs created, and to be honest, it’s quite impressive.  But, was he the true mastermind behind Apple?  Did his management tactics start a very negative trend in the business world?  Did the black turtleneck bring magical powers?  We’ll dive into this and a whole lot more on this episode of AHC Podcast.

 

 

 

 

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Citations:

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