While addressing to the students at Stanford University, the college dropout pushed the students to pursue what they love in life. He said that he was very lucky to find out what his passion was for very few fortunate people actually get this opportunity. Everyone in this world, Steve said, should find out what is it that you love, if it does not reveal itself to you automatically, search deep. This according to him is very important for if you are able to look it up, that thing will never you as work and there is nothing really arduous about it. Everything has challenges, tough days but you will not get up every day saying “Gosh, i wish i did not have to do this”. Jobs words are so true that everybody can relate to it, even a school going kid and this closeness to real life make his beliefs more interesting.
Also a board member and highest shares holder of Disney, Steve Jobs, was the one who recognized Jony Ive, the main designer behind iMac, iPhone, iPad and many other amazing gadgets that broke records. The designer was about to quit the company when Steve joined in and persuaded him to stay. Jony was not the only one, John Sculley ex-CEO of Pepsi Company was also convinced by Steve to follow their dreams and do what they like rather than what they were told to. Apple was taken to another level by this guy and now Apple has become a benchmark for other technology firms.