Steve Jobs, the man who founded Apple with his friends in a garage and redefined the gadget world we know today, was a man who never settled for the ordinary; even if it meant getting fired by the CEO he hired and from the company he co-founded.
As a creator, developer and innovator, Steve Jobs was always on the lookout for inspiration to restock his creativity. His pursuit of superlative took him to Ashrams in India, adopting Zen Buddhism for spirituality, and the Soviet Union to create another Apple. His journey to search for inspiration was more about finding himself and losing himself to it. And, all his failures were basically intensifying the success he achieved later on.
In this infographic by fundersandfounders, one can view his life phase by phase, to understand the pattern of formation of genius, because if such pattern does exist, this has to be it. Draw inspiration from it and understand the relationship between creativity, innovation, inspiration, and success, like never before.
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