Happy Sunday unique minds
It is considered generosity to share your success tips with people. Even though we all say, Success is a REWARD for hardwork.

He’s considered the “Father of the Digital
Revolution,” a “master of innovation,” and a
“design perfectionist.” He shifted the world we
live in with his inventions. He had a net worth of
over $8 billion in 2010. He’s one of my personal
favorite entrepreneurs of all time because he
basically started from the bottom and managed
to become one of the most influential people in
the world.
He’s Steve Jobs from Apple and….

Here are the top 10 Steve Jobs rules for success.

1. Don’t live a limited life
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living
someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma
– which is living with the results of other
people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s
opinions drown out your own inner voice. And
most important, have the courage to follow your
heart and intuition. They somehow already know
what you truly want to become. Everything else
is secondary.” – Steve Jobs

2. Have passion
If you’re not passionate enough from the start,
you’ll never stick it out. With any job, there are
aspects of work that are frustrating and difficult
—even with the greatest dream job in the world,
but being passionate about it will make you able
to hold on when things get rough.

3. Design for yourself
“Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown
out your own inner voice.” – Steve Jobs
I know it’s cliche, but this is so true, you are
the captain of your own ship ; don’t let anyone
else take the wheel. Design life for yourself, you
won’t receive a second opportunity to do so, so
you either do it now, or you regret it on later in

4. Don’t sell crap
Sell only high quality products, while many would
argue I would say that Apple products have
always been top quality and that’s the reason
why they are still at the top. They just provide
quality products, and because of that they have
loyal customers that are always willing to buy.

5. Build a great team
The people you surround yourself with, are the
people that will shape your future. If you
surround yourself with smart and positive people
that share your vision, well then, you have a
bright future ahead of you. Remember that y ou
are the average of the five people you spend the
most time with, so choose wisely.

6. Don’t do it for the money
Choose a job you love, and you will never have
to work a day in your life . Steve Jobs was worth
100 million dollars when he was 25 years old,
but he didn’t do it for the money. He did it
because he wanted to change the world, he was
an innovator.

7. Be proud of your products
Create products that you can proudly
recommend to friends and family, if your
product is great, money will follow. Make sure
your product is high quality and it’s something
that people would love to use.

8. Build around customers
Customers tend to trust individuals who are
serious about what they do, and willing to take
the time to achieve a deep understanding of
their craft. Take the time every day to learn
more about your customers, their industry and
their challenges.
Needless to say, gaining trust is only part of the
equation. You must also have a product that
customers want and need, and the ability to
show how you’re adding value, solving problems,
and so forth. However, if you don’t earn the
customer’s trust, they’ll probably buy from
someone else whom they do trust–even if the
offering isn’t as good

9. Marketing is about Values
Have you ever seen a Nike advertisement where
they share why they are better than Adidas and
Puma? No, I know you haven’t, because what
they do is they honor great athletes like Michael
Jordan – that’s what they are, that’s who they
are. So make sure your customers know what
your company stands for.

10.Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish
Never be satisfied, and always push yourself. Do not give up
(or be willing to keep trying) the things people
say cannot be done.

In addition, GOD FIRST !!


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