What Steve Jobs (Indirectly) Taught People Who Makes Real Money Online

It’s no news that Steve Jobs – CEO, Apple and Pixar Animation (makers of Toy Story) died on October 5th, 2011 at the Age of 56. I was awake around 3am Nigerian time on October 6, 2011 (and 9pm American time on October 5, 2011) when I first read about the news of his death. I didn’t know what came over me but I had to leave every other thing I had planned doing. I felt his death so much, maybe that was because I had just finished watching “Pirates of the Silicon Valley” like 5 hours before I read the news of his death. Anyway, let’s leave that and go to what Steve Jobs indirectly taught some people who makes real money online.

Please note that in this post, you will find links to some blogs where you can read more about what the blog owners learned from Steve Job. You will also find some that talks about how Steve Jobs’ life had impact on money and also, you will see how some scammers are making money from Steve Jobs death.

1. John Chow – Lessons I Learned From Steve Jobs

Find Your Passion

Steve was really good at what he did because he was really passionate about it. He lived and breathed Apple. He was Apple. It was this passion and drive that drove him to make Apple the most valuable company in the world.

Read More – https://www.johnchow.com/lessons-i-learned-from-steve-jobs/

2. David Risley – Thank You, Steve

Yes, I am an Apple user. I converted to Mac in 2007 with the purchase of a Mac Pro. Since then, I have bought 4 additional Macs, 2 iPhones, an iPad and an Apple TV. I will probably pick up an iPhone 4S and plan to upgrade my iPad when the iPad 3 is released.
In that aspect alone, Steve has had a major impact on how I work on a daily basis.

Read More – https://www.davidrisley.com/steve-jobs/

3. Nick Scheidies (IncomeDiary) – 21 Life Lessons from Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs will be remembered as a digital visionary — the man who brought poetry to the microchip.

But before he was a legend, he was a person. We can’t all be Steve Jobs, but we can all learn from his extraordinary life.

Read More – https://www.incomediary.com/21-life-lessons-from-steve-jobs/

4. Daniel Scocco – Steve Jobs Passed Away: Lessons Learned

Whether you are a Mac fan or not, you can’t deny Steve Jobs was probably one of the most innovative and successful CEOs and marketers of our time. It’s a huge loss for the tech community, but his legacy will remain.

Read More – https://www.dailyblogtips.com/steve-jobs-passed-away-lessons-learned/

5. Zac Johnson – Steve Jobs Apple Logo

Yes, Steve will be missed, but he did change the world in the process and his products and brand is well known through out the world today, and for many decades to come.

Read More – https://zacjohnson.com/steve-jobs-apple-logo/

6. Neil Patel – 11 Business Lessons Steve Jobs Taught Me

People Matter, Not Features

Everything Jobs built made life easier for you. It was rare to ever hear him babbling about features he created, instead he focused on how these products made life easier for others.

Read More – https://www.quicksprout.com/2011/10/06/11-things-steve-jobs-taught-me

7. The 13 Most Memorable Quotes From Steve Jobs

“Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world?”
[The line he used to lure John Sculley into becoming Apple's CEO, according to Odyssey: Pepsi to Apple]

Read More – https://adesojiadegbulu.com/blog/the-13-most-memorable-quotes-from-steve-jobs/

In addition to the above, you should also check out the following;

- How Steve Jobs Changed the Way We Spend Money – https://www.dailyfinance.com/2011/10/06/how-steve-jobs-changed-the-way-we-spend-money/
- Steve Jobs’ Death Exploited by Scammers – https://www.pcworld.com/article/241412/steve_jobs_death_exploited_by_scammers.html

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  • https://cashwithatrueconscience.com/rbblog Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Adesoji,

    Neil’s wisdom is spot on!

    Steve Jobs made brand-building about people. Which is why he became wildly popular. It seems like people liked him as much as they liked Apple product. He was a rock star. Why? Because he tapped into people’s emotions.

    He did not stress the features of his products. He stressed how his products would make people FEEL. Bingo! This is the key. Tap into people’s emotions, move them into action. Explain why someone should buy your online product, whether it’s to become financially free, spend more time with their family or improve their life in some manner. Find the emotional hot spot, you become wildly successful….like Steve Jobs, if you imagine it in your mind enough times.