Steve Jobs Interview Product People should get promoted Over Sales & Marketing People Jobs on success: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL7X3DTyS2Q
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Clip from "The Lost Interview" A conversation with Steve Jobs as he was running NeXT, the company he had founded after leaving Apple. In 1996, one year after this interview, Steve Jobs sold NeXT to Apple. He then took control of his old company at a time when it was 90 days from bankruptcy.
Views: 10641 Thomas Andersson
Steve Jobs Interview - Success is about creating content not managing process. products are not about Process. Great products are about Content. 1996
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Steve Jobs being interviewed in 1995 about life and success, when questioned about hiring employees he explains that if you get A players they will only want to work with other A players and the B and C players won't be aloud in , creating a self policed team of Truly Gifted employees.📚 Books on Steve Jobs and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗ Steve Jobs Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Steve Jobs:http://bit.ly/SteveJobsSJ Becoming Steve Jobs:http://bit.ly/BSteveJobs Steve Jobs Favourite Books🔥 Atlas Shrugged:http://bit.ly/AtlasShruggedSJ 1984:http://bit.ly/1984SJbook The Innovator's Dilemma:http://bit.ly/InnovatorDilemmaMC Be Here Now:http://bit.ly/BeHereNowSJ For More Investing/Entrepreneur/Economics Videos Check Out The Channel What is Investors Archive ? = Its a Youtube Channel dedicated to having all the best Interviews/ Biography/ educational / courses on Investing/Entrepreneur/Economics so you can find all the free knowledge you need in one place ! Remember to Sub for all the Best New Content
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Steve Jobs: Product Development (From Idea to Product) Reference: Excerpt from Steve Jobs interview in 1995 with Robert Cringely, the interview is called "The Lost Interview"
Views: 17464 Great Achievers
Walter Isaacson discusses how Steve Jobs may have had a prickly personality, but his ability to build loyal and innovative teams was one of his greater talents. Isaacson is the author of The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. Read more at BigThink.com: http://goo.gl/lujrxC Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript: You know Steve Jobs was one of those romantic innovators who comes up with great ideas, has real passion, real vision and that prickly personality, that very pushy reality distorting personality that can get something done. However, in writing about Steve Jobs I realized something interesting. It wasn’t just his one vision. It was his ability to create a team around him, his ability to work in partnership with Steve Wozniak. You go down the list with dozens of people all the way to Tim Cook. And not only to work in partnership but to create a collaborative team around him of great designers like Jony Ive and software people like Phil Schiller and Johnny Rubinstein. And I once asked Steve Jobs, you know, what product are you the proudest of. And I thought he might say the iPod or the iPhone or the iPad, whatever, the Mac. And he said, you know, making a product is hard but making a team that can continually make products is even harder. The product I’m most proud of is Apple and the team I built at Apple. And that’s when I moved to this new book, The Innovators, because I wanted to say it’s not just about the visionary, it’s about the visionary being able to execute on the vision by finding the right people to be collaborative and creative with. So with Steve Jobs even though we think of him as being a tough boss or we think of him as having sort of a prickly personality, there were people who were so loyal to Steve they would walk through walls for him. He developed around him the tightest, most loyal, most integrated team in Silicon Valley. You know, Steve Jobs was very intuitive in the way he made decisions. He wasn’t somebody who deeply reflected or spent a whole lot of time hashing it through. But he would work with everybody from the hardware designers like Jony Ive to the software people and just sort of say no, that doesn’t feel right. Sometimes he used a little bit stronger language than that. Or it’s genius, it’s perfect, it’s awesome, it’s incredible. But, you know, don’t try this at home. People come up to me sometimes and say I’m like Steve Jobs - when somebody does something that stinks I tell them it stinks. Yeah and have you invented the iPod? Have you invented an iPhone? No, Steve Jobs didn’t just have a tough personality. He also had a charismatic visionary personality and he brought people in. And he really could inspire people because even though sometimes he couldn’t articulate exactly what he wanted he could sure point the way to getting it there. He also believed in physical space as necessary for collaboration. We think maybe we can collaborate in the digital age by doing it virtually from afar but when he built the Pixar building and when he designed what will be the new headquarters for Apple it was all about making sure people had serendipitous encounters. That they came through the atrium. That they walked through the perimeter where the light was in the new Apple headquarters. Where they would just bump into people and say what are you working on. And then naturally collaborate. But he felt that, you know, just by walking through Jony Ives design studio and touching a few things and talking to people he could collaborate by being in a physical space better than he could do it by Skype or email or, you know, Google hangouts. So Steve’s team building skills really sort of came from the force of his personality and being with him. Directed/Produced by Jonathan Fowler and Elizabeth Rodd
Views: 23335 Big Think
Steve Jobs talks about how the iPhone App store will provide centralized security to prevent hacking. Steve's answer anticipates the problems with an open App system, such as Android. This was recorded prior to the launch of the iPhone App store.
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Check out these books about Steve Jobs: * Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2PGH3nM * The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2JB1j55 * Becoming Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2QgZKf8 * Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Differently: https://amzn.to/2AHIqdQ * Steve Jobs (Movie): https://amzn.to/2CZgLq3 How Steve Jobs managed people, led people, gave people a common vision, hired insanely great people, and how he avoided "professionals." * Join my BELIEVE newsletter: http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ ENGAGE * Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters * Leave a comment, thumbs up the video (please!) * Suppport me: http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ CONNECT * Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom * Google+: https://plus.google.com/108469771690394737405/posts * Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com EVAN * About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ * Products: http://www.evancarmichael.com/zhuge/ * Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ * Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/ SCHEDULE * Mon - 1 Minute Mondays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2HwduoMCpvZRhd2qE22Fg- * Tues - Tech Tuesdays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM3NGvdl33mEwdUdr19zti9s * Thurs - Thankful Thursdays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2Scsq-0Er3mA8U3Kqz9fiV * Fri - Famous Fridays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM30QoA2ygo5RWzfQm8y7ScL * Sun - Famous Failures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2aeaKPqI5ILrNcLjbQZDob * Your Questions - Every day!
Views: 1220802 Evan Carmichael
This is a clip from the D8 Conference, recorded in 2010. Steve Jobs is talking about the courage it takes to remove certain pieces of technology from Apple products. This happened after the iPad was introduced without support for Flash, just as the iPhone, back in 2007. This clip adds some perspective into the debate of Apple's new AirPod and the decision to remove the traditional analog audio connector from the iPhone 7. This kind of decision is not new to Apple. The interview occurred 6 years ago, and Steve Jobs was already using the word "courage" to explain why the company does things the way it does.
Views: 972002 stevenote
An lecture in 1992 with the founder of Apple, and NeXT, Steve Jobs. In this lecture, Steve discusses his management style at Apple and NeXT and how he has created a competitive advantage. Steve also talks about the computer market and his visions for the future. 📚 Books on Steve Jobs and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Entrepreneur videos:⬇ Larry Ellison's in depth interview on his Life and Success: http://bit.ly/LEllisonVid Jeff Bezos on Amazon, Business and Life/Work:http://bit.ly/JeffBezosVid Bill Gates on Business, Microsoft and Early Life: http://bit.ly/BillGatesVid Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 3:30 Mistakes 8:50 NeXT competitive advantage 12:46 Archenemy and hardware 15:08 Consulting is bad 17:55 Why don’t you become a software company? 24:16 Competitors? 27:08 Will the market fragment? 30:36 How does outsourcing development affect your development? 33:10 Leaving Apple? 37:12 Management at NeXT? 41:35 Technology window opens? 46:15 Application vs Tools? 48:04 How to market to academic institutions? 51:15 Most important thing you learned at Apple? 52:49 Management style and resolving conflict? 55:56 Macintosh and PC problems? 1:05:47 Manufacturing aiding time to market? 1:09:44 You have no warehouses? 1:11:45 Mac will continue to grow? Steve Jobs Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Steve Jobs:http://bit.ly/SteveJobsSJ Becoming Steve Jobs:http://bit.ly/BSteveJobs Steve Jobs Favourite Books🔥 Atlas Shrugged:http://bit.ly/AtlasShruggedSJ 1984:http://bit.ly/1984SJbook The Innovator's Dilemma:http://bit.ly/InnovatorDilemmaMC Be Here Now:http://bit.ly/BeHereNowSJ Interview Date: 1992 Event: MIT Sloan School of Management Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/SJobsPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
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Clip of a rare interview with Steve Jobs in 1995. In the interview, Jobs discusses a range of topics, including how innovation can die out at large tech companies where marketing and sales are prioritized over disruptive innovation. Jobs used the example of Pepsi, which didn’t often release new products except for different-sized bottles, so sales and marketing people would be the ones to get promoted and effectively run the company. It turns out the same thing can happen in technology companies that get monopolies, like IBM or Xerox. If you were a product person at IBM or Xerox, so you make a better copier or computer. So what? When you have monopoly market share, the company’s not any more successful. So the people that can make the company more successful are sales and marketing people, and they end up running the companies. And the product people get driven out of the decision making forums, and the companies forget what it means to make great products. The product sensibility and the product genius that brought them to that monopolistic position gets rotted out by people running these companies that have no conception of a good product versus a bad product. They have no conception of the craftsmanship that’s required to take a good idea and turn it into a good product. And they really have no feeling in their hearts, usually, about wanting to really help the customers. Will Apple's everlasting Influence continue to inspire on the world? The products which shaped the generation will prevail with the lost of a genius? What's your view?
Views: 1061 Gerald Tan
On January 9, 2007 Apple introduced the iPhone. The iPhone was a revolutionary product from Apple and it changed the way smart phones look and work. This video is from MacWorld 2007 were Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone (1st Gen. / 2G). If you like vintage Apple stuff are just general Tech stuff be sure to check out my channel and watch some of my videos! Thanks! :)
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs is well known for his electrifying presentations. Communications coach Carmine Gallo discusses the various techniques Jobs uses to captivate and inspire his audience — techniques that can easily be applied to your next presentation. For more tips on presenting like Jobs, read our Crash Course.
Views: 1671295 BNETvideo
As he tries to show off features of the new iPhone 4, Apple CEO Steve Jobs' Wi-Fi connection fails twice, bringing his World Wide Developers Conference keynote to an uncomfortable standstill. Watch more from CNET News here - https://cnet.co/2CaYjL0 Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2icCYYm #Apple #SteveJobs #iPhone
Views: 1783544 CNET
Check out these books about Steve Jobs: * Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2PGH3nM * The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2JB1j55 * Becoming Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2QgZKf8 * Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Differently: https://amzn.to/2AHIqdQ * Steve Jobs (Movie): https://amzn.to/2CZgLq3 Steve Jobs shares his amazingly different approach to marketing and how he used it to build Apple into one of the largest companies in the world. * Join my BELIEVE newsletter: http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ Transcript: To me….marketing is about values. This is a very complicated world. It’s a very noisy world. And we’re not going to get a chance to get people to remember much about us. No company is! And so, we have to be really clear on what we want them to know about us. Now Apple, fortunately, is one of half-a-dozen best brands in the whole world. Right up there with Nike, Disney, Coke, Sony — it is one of the greats of the greats. Not just in this country, but all around the globe. But even a great brand needs investment and caring if it’s going to retain its relevance and vitality. And the Apple brand has clearly suffered from neglect in this area in the last few years. And we need to bring it back! The way to do that is NOT to talk about speeds and fees. It’s NOT to talk about bits and mega-hertz. It’s NOT to talk about why we are better than Windows. The dairy industry tried for 20 years to convince you that milk was good for you. It’s a lie, but they tried anyway. And the sales were falling. And then they tried “Got milk” and the sales went up. “Got milk” wasn’t even talking about the product. In fact, it focuses on the absence of the product. But the best example of all, and one of the greatest jobs of marketing that the universe has ever seen, is Nike. Remember, Nike sells a commodity. They sell shoes!!! And yet, when you think of Nike you feel something different than a shoe company. In their ads, as you know, they don’t ever talk about the product. They don’t ever tell you about their air soles and why they are better than Reebok’s air soles. What does Nike do in their advertising? They honor great athletes. And they honor great athletics. That’s who they are, that’s what they are about! Apple spends a fortune on advertising — you’d never know it….you’d never know it! So…when I got here, Apple just fired their agency and there was a competition with 23 agencies that…you know…four years from now we would pick one. And we blew that up and we hired Chiat\Day, the ad agency that I was fortunate enough to work with years ago and created some award winning work including the commercial voted the best ad ever made, 1984 (by Advertising Professionals). And…we started working about eight weeks ago, and the question we asked was, “Our customers want to know who is Apple and what is it that we stand for…where do we fit in this world?” And what we’re about isn’t making boxes for people to get their jobs done — although we do that well. We do that better than almost anybody, in some cases. But Apple is about something more than that! Apple at the core…its core value — is that, we believe that people with passion can change the world for the better. That’s what we believe! And we have had the opportunity to work with people like that. We’ve had the opportunity to work with people like you; with software developers, with customers, who have done it. In some big, and some small ways. And we believe that, in this world, people can change it for the better. And that those people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world are the ones that actually do! And so, what we’re going to do in our first brand marketing campaign in several years, is to get back to that core value! A lot of things have changed. The market is in a total different place than where it was a decade ago. And Apple is totally different — and Apple’s place in it is totally different. And believe me, the products, and the distribution strategy, and the manufacturing are totally different…and we understand that. But values and core values — those things shouldn’t change. The things that Apple believed in at its core, are the same things Apple really stands for today. ENGAGE * Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters * Leave a comment, thumbs up the video (please!) * Suppport me: http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ CONNECT * Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom * Google+: https://plus.google.com/108469771690394737405/posts * Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com EVAN * About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ * Products: http://www.evancarmichael.com/zhuge/ * Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ * Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/
Views: 1468815 Evan Carmichael
You know what it is? People get confused. Companies get confused. When they start getting bigger they want to replicate their original success. And they start to think that somehow there is some magic in the process of how that success was created. So they start to institutionalise the process across the company. But before very long people get confused and think that the process is the content. And that was ultimately the downfall of IBM. IB had the best process people in the world but they forgot about the content. And that’s what happened a little bit at Apple too. We had a lot of people who were great at management process and they didn’t have a clue as to the content. And in my career I found that the best people are the ones who understand the content. They are a pain the butt to manage. You put up with it because they are so great in the content. And that’s what makes a great product. It is not process. It is content.
Views: 955 Max Pucher
Filmmaker and "The Ashtray" author Errol Morris has worked with many CEOs on advertisements. After watching Morris's 2002 Oscars short, Steve Jobs hired Morris to direct Apple's "Switch" ads. These ads featured people discussing their switch from the Microsoft Windows platform to Apple. Some of the notable appearances in these ads include Tony Hawk, Will Ferrell, and members of De La Soul. Of all the CEOs Morris has worked with, Morris claims Steve Jobs was the most involved in the creative process. According to Morris, Steve Jobs was invested with the advertisements to the point of calling Morris at 2 or 3 in the morning. Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, science, retail, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/ BI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessinsider/ BI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ BI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/businessinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is a transcript of the video: Errol Morris: The only CEO who ever called me at two or three in the morning to argue about his advertising, it's fantastic. I won't say that Steve Jobs is the only CEO that I made commercials for that I would talk to on a regular basis but he was one of the very, very few. He was completely involved and in marketing Apple products. To think of him as a hands-off CEO, not so much. Steve Jobs hired Errol Morris after his 2002 Oscars short to direct Apple's "Switch" ads. Tony Hawk: On a professional level we use Final Cut Pro for all of our skate videos. My name is Tony Hawk, I'm a professional skateboarder. Errol Morris: He really wanted to argue with me. But I think my chances of winning were close to nil. But he would have argued forever or for a long, long, long time. Taking what someone says to you in front of the camera and turning it into a 30 second commercial, I don't like to mess with the raw material for whatever reason. I think there's a flow in how people talk and a kind of often hidden logic to what they're saying that you want to find a way to preserve. Steve Jobs would look at the material and he would have a set of bullet points, things he wanted to emphasize and why shouldn't he. He's the CEO of a major corporation. Me, little Errol had a different idea. I thought they should be edited with little blocks that kind of preserve the character of the person talking, that it captured something about that person. And in doing so that was a more effective means of advertising than just simply laying out bullet points. He tells me the story of the old guy who lived down the road, you know everyone should have an old guy who lived down the road story hyphenated. And he had a rock tumbler in his garage. As explained to me by Steve Jobs you put all these rough rocks in the rock tumbler and you turned it on and you let them grind against each other for say a week or so. And they became smooth and polished. So he was comparing the two of us to this rock tumbler. I loved working for him. When I'm being interviewed and the person comes out with a list of questions that they're going to ask and they pick them off one by one by one I know it's going to be a lousy interview. You seem stunned.
Views: 179930 Business Insider
Even though hundreds of millions of people use Apple products every single day, very few people have been able to reveal the secrets and the stories behind designing them. But software engineer Ken Kocienda, who worked there in the final years of the Steve Jobs era -- "the Golden Age of Apple" -- offers an inside look at Apple's creative process in his widely acclaimed book, Creative Selection. He's the "Directly Responsible Individual" (more on that title within!) for designing iPhone multi-touch and much more under the watchful eye of Steve Jobs... who, by the way, would have been 64 years old today. This is an insider’s account of creativity — with lessons for software design and product management for anyone — because it delves into experiments around designing novel user interfaces, as well as the deep questions many companies face around organizing creativity and the creative decision-making process. Especially given a strong leader (and product visionary like Steve Jobs). a16z Deal and Research operating partner Frank Chen — formerly VP of Products and UI Design at HP Software as well as VP of Product Development at a consumer-facing startup before that, and Director of Product Management at Netscape and product manager at Oracle too — interviews Kocienda in this in-depth video interview all about product design. This conversation is the golden ticket into the Golden Age of design, with lessons for any software developer, product manager, organizational leader, or maker. Enter this video… and feel free to explore the different topics labeled throughout: -- How Apple thought about open source in 2001 -- The role of demos in Apple’s software development process -- Career management fork in the road: ship teams or ship products? -- The Apple notion of a “Directly Responsible Individual” -- Apple’s extreme secrecy: feature or bug? -- How the team decided to ship iPhone OS without copy and paste -- The scariest room in SIlicon Valley: demo’ing to Steve Jobs -- Was there too much hero worship at Apple? -- The role of whimsy and playfulness in designing software -- Did waiting for Steve to make decisions slow decision-making?
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Apple has done its level best to carry on in the absence of Steve Jobs, but we all know there have been many products released since his death that he might not have been happy about. Here are 5 products that Steve would have thought were sh!t.
Views: 155596 Jays Coins, Apple & Beers
✎ Steve Job's 7 Habits For Success: In this video we're going to learn the daily habits and philosophies that Steve Jobs lived by that allowed him to create business empires. -= STEVE JOB'S 7 HABITS =- 1. Steal and distil the best ideas 2. Great products are everything 3. Innovate in stagnant industries 4. Develop a platform 5. Change the status quo 6. Failure isn't real 7. Go where there is no market leader ✎ At age 21, Jobs became co-founder and CEO of Apple Computers, a Los Altos, California-based personal computer company. Apple was started in 1976, and between 1977 and 1980 grew from $775,000 to $118 million in revenue. Immediately Jobs became a business sensation which would continue for the rest of his extraordinary life. In 1986 Jobs formed Pixar which would later become Pixar Animation Studios - responsible for producing epic children's films such as Toy Story. In 2006, Jobs sold Pixar Animation to The Walt Disney Company for $7.4 Billion. Steve Jobs is known globally for leading Apple's creations and development of the iPod, iMac, iPhone, and iPad. He is responsible for creating products that have sold billions of units globally. In 2016 Apple generated $215 Billion in revenue annually largely based on the products conceptualized by Steve Jobs and his teams. ✔ SOURCES ✔ [Tim Ferris] - Tools of Titans - https://toolsoftitans.com/ [Walter Isaacson] - Steve Jobs - https://www.aspeninstitute.org/our-people/walter-isaacson/ ❞ WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ❞ Ramon Gonzalez - For helping film the mall intro! ⚑ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL ⚑ Study the habits of success and you too will become successful. Surround yourself with great people: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoEnCQHBpyEvxYW8iKqGWUg ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for watching - I really appreciate it :) Cheers, Steve #STUDYSUCCESS Category Education License Standard YouTube License
Views: 1479 Stephen Cullen
Steve Jobs handling a tough question at the 1997 Worldwide Developer Conference. He had just returned to Apple as an advisor and was guiding sweeping change at the company. The full video is here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iACK-LNnzM - this interactions is at 50:25.
Views: 5929 Jonathan Field
Check out these books about Steve Jobs: * Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2PGH3nM * The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2JB1j55 * Becoming Steve Jobs: https://amzn.to/2QgZKf8 * Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Differently: https://amzn.to/2AHIqdQ * Steve Jobs (Movie): https://amzn.to/2CZgLq3 He's Steve Jobs and here's his #7 rule for success - Be proud of your products. To see his 10 rules for success check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHzAtxW3TzY .:;$ JOIN MY #BELIEVE NEWSLETTER $;:. This is the best way to have entrepreneur gold delivered to your inbox, and to be inspired, encouraged and supported in your business. Join #BelieveNation and feel the love. http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ .: WHAT IS #BTA? :. Why do people keep ending comments with #BTA?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsY8bmTUVP8 .: SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL :. If you want to do great things you need to have a great environment. Create one by subbing and watching daily. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters .: CAPTION THIS VIDEO :. If you loved this video, help people in other countries enjoy it too by making captions for it. Spread the love and impact. https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=Q3ZJFtT6RZc .: CONNECT WITH ME :. Leave a comment on this video and it'll get to me. Or you can connect with me on different social platforms too: Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom Google+: https://plus.google.com/108469771690394737405/posts Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com .: MORE ABOUT ME PERSONALLY :. About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/ Gear: http://evancarmichael.com/gear .: VIDEO SCHEDULE :. Top 10 Rules for Success - Weekdays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM0VWRGYCfuUCdyhKfU733WX #Entspresso - Weekdays at 7am EST : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM0-kQSSs3Ua5wExlz1HwRRs #BelieveLife - Sundays at 7am EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM207_RQCOPAwZdKYXQ4cqjV #EvansBook - Saturdays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM1tNSh0CjOsqIg1fw7bAPt4 Life with Evan - Sundays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM19tzfHH_VJOnghbfdRPZjS Thank you for watching - I really appreciated it :) Cheers, Evan #Believe
Views: 1725 Evan Carmichael
In a clip from "One Last Thing", Steve Jobs' vision to revolutionize how people used computers added Design Utility to a previously bland and technical product. The fonts and other features did not remain a Unique Selling Proposition for Apple for long since they were copied by Microsoft and became part of all computers. For Educational Use - To showcase the importance of design to marketing students.
Views: 971 Brock B
We're about making better products. What I love about the consumer market, that I always hated about the enterprise market, is that we come up wtih a product and we tell everybody about it, and every person votes for themselves. They go YES or NO, and if enough of them say yes, we get to come to work tomorrow. Thats how it works. Its really simple. As for the enterprise market, its not so simple, the people that use the products don't decide for themselves. And the people that make those decisions are sometimes confused. We love just trying to make the best product in the world for people, and having them tell us by how they vote with their wallets whether we're on track or not.
Views: 8081 stevenote
Steve Jobs on what happens when marketing/sales takes over from product founders PLEASE LIKE & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/athenamovies/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/athenamovies/
Views: 2019 Athena Media
In outtakes from a 1997 film, Steve Jobs describes the genesis of the brilliant “Think Different” campaign. The campaign was built around Apple’s core values that do not change. The campaign was designed to let people know who Apple was and what the company stood for in the world. Note that Steve Jobs, not Richard Dreyfuss, is the voice over in the never aired version of the commercial embedded in this video. To learn more about Steve Jobs, see his one-page bio plus discussion guide/questions for this video plus print ads from the campaign:: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YQvsdvToCNWn5hembOHrd46x01SyBH_0 Think Different print ads https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BFG4oSn_I3oc1WNuN6RcNmhvAFOFKF6I/view?usp=sharing
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SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE MOTIVATIONAL VIDEOS - https://www.youtube.com/user/mulliganbrother?sub_confirmation=1 STEVE JOBS - MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO Interact with me and get motivated+ Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/mulliganbrothers Twitter - Need one! Instagram - https://instagram.com/mulliganbrothers Tumblr -http://mulliganbrothers.tumblr.com/ You can support me creating content at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mulliganbrothers LISTEN TO MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKERS ON THE GO Get your Motivation and more daily thought audiobook from audible.com free http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OPA2XFG?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creativeASIN=B00OPA2XFG&linkCode=xm2&tag=sparta0e-21 [AFFILIATE] This is a tribute to Steve Jobs. Music is provided my the Freedom network along with position music. If your interested in using the music for your own videos become a partner at https://www.freedom.tm/via/mulliganbrother You can leave at any time and increase your revenue share to 110%. Videos used - Music used - Speeches used - Video Transcript - “When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: 'If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right.' It made an impression on me, and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: "If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?" And whenever the answer has been "No" for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.” Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/HknZ/
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In 1983, Steve Jobs gave a speech to the International Design Conference in Aspen. The theme of that year’s conference was “The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be”. Steve spoke to the way he hired extremely talented and creative people at Apple. This is where he made the famous quote "We hire people to tell us what to do”. The idea is hiring at a technology is not about a “good fit” but people that challenge everything on a daily basis. Organized chaos that pushes a company to the edge where startups occupy. Additionally Steve was able to get the best and brightest to do things they thought were not possible. And not fall in to what he called “Cover your ass mode” of playing it safe. Today it is rare thing to see this level of determination to hire this level of rebllious talent at startup companies and legacy companies.
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Excellent short answer on the importance of saying "no" and the effect on the people. Saying no is hard and it's not a matter of killing bad things, but must be done to focus. For more readings on leadership: https://intenseminimalism.com/articles/ (Clipped from the mactechlab source video, I wasn't able to find the original source. Please contact me if you know it to give proper credits).
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Link to confidence tip: https://goo.gl/DCY7nA Steve Jobs Leadership Skills Breakdown - How To Motivate People When Steve Jobs returned as the CEO of Apple in 1997, the company was on the verge of bankruptcy. Today, Apple is the most profitable company on the planet, thanks in huge part to Steve Jobs leadership. He was able to motivate employees, turn the company around, and preside over huge developments like the iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad. But Steve Jobs is unique in that despite clearly being an effective leader, he was not particularly likeable. Steve Jobs presentation and interview skills were legendary though. In this video we break down exactly what it was that made Steve Jobs such a powerful leader by examining his interviews and speeches. The goal is to use the lessons from his life to learn how to motivate employees and the people in our lives. Subscribe to Charisma On Command: http://bit.ly/subscribeCOC Connect With Us. Website: http://www.charismaoncommand.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/charismaoncommand Periscope: @Charismaon Or if you want to see my personal stuff (my regular life + me playing music): Instagram: @CharlieHoupert Periscope: @CharlieHoupert
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Steve Jobs reveals his secret to creating great products in an interview with Mark Thompson in 1999 for the Charles Schwab CEO Speaker Series.
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Andy Cunningham helped launch Apple's original Macintosh. She is the founder and president of Cunningham Collective and author of the book "Get to Aha!: Discover Your Positioning DNA and Dominate Your Competition." Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai TI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/ TI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: Andy Cunningham: I think Steve Jobs fired me about 5 times. I’m Andy Cunningham and I run a marketing consulting company called Cunningham Collective and I've just written a book about positioning, which is a big practice in the marketing field. It's called "Get to Aha!" The first time Steve fired me was actually probably the most traumatic because I thought it was going to be the last time I would ever work with him and he called me into his office, or into a conference room I should say, and his CFO was sitting there and he looked at me and he said, "I'm going to cut off my contract with you. I think the work you're doing is terrible and we’re just going to stop it right now so that's it, you're fired." And of course I was taken– you know I was emotional. I was much younger. I didn't cry but I was on the verge of it and I didn't really know what to do so I said, "Okay, well you know you owe me $35,000 and so I’ll arrange you know for you to—" he goes, "I'm not going to pay you that because your work wasn't worth it." And I was just kind of taken aback so I left the room and I called my mentor who is a man named Regis McKenna and Regis said to me, "Well, if you want to get paid by Steve Jobs you’re going to have to have something over him." And I said, "I don't have anything over Steve Jobs, you know that Regis. And he said, "No, you do." And I said, "What is that?" He goes, "In your relationships with the business press." And I said, "Oh I get it." So I went back and I got in a meeting with Steve because I was friendly with his CFO— she got me a meeting. I walked in there to the meeting, which he took, which was amazing, and I said, "Steve you owe me $35,000. I need that money. I have a start-up company. I need to make payroll and I want you to give me a check for what you owe me." And he said, "I'm not going to do that." And I said, I said, "You have to do that," and he said, "Why?" And I said, "Well, just so you know Steve I get about 30 or 40 phone calls a week from the business press that we've made relationships over the last couple of years asking me what kind of a guy you are to work with and I currently tell them very nice things." And he wrote me a check immediately and then he hired me back. Steve got angry with everybody that worked with him. He was very impatient. He had a vision of what it was that you were supposed to be accomplishing and if you didn't do it fast enough or you didn't do it right enough, he definitely got angry. He threw things at people, nothing heavy, but he threw wads of paper at people, swore at people, criticized their clothing. He did all those things. So what it did to certain people is it caused us to push even harder and try to be even better, but for some people it destroyed them. Fortunately for me, I was one of the first types and I am forever grateful to him actually for the experience because now I am so much better at what I do than I would have been without him.
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