Wednesday, January 22, 2014

How To Make It A Reality

Hi everybody, so today I wanted to talk about how to make it a really and give a few examples of people who didn't let others take over there lives, or settle for just the average, they followed their dreams and went above and beyond to achieve them. The best person I can think of that went above and beyond and seized the opportunity was a house hold name, Steve Jobs. This man was a perfectionist and paid so much to detail in a time where quantity WAS quality. And thus his time and energy paid off with products such as the iPhone series and other apple products. It wasn't luck as many of you may think. 

A story that not too many know is of his push for the perfect touch screen. In the development of the first iPhone all details and materials went through Steve Jobs. the final product was almost finished, one of his employees ands him an iPhone and said "This is it, congratulations" He looked at it and was so dissatisfied that he halted production and stopped everything for weeks until they finally fixed the touch screen and made it the mark of the iPhone. He gave up potential profits to make something perfect. This goes back to an idea from "Power Of Habits" by Charles Duhigg(Check out my Blog Review of it Here), don't work for money, work for spreading the idea you want to convey, inspire others to see the way you see. Steve Jobs wanted everyone to enjoy electronics as much as he did., and seeing the world today I would say he succeeded 

So to follow this story up here are three steps to "Make It A Reality"

  1. Envision your success, see where you want to be or what you want to do
  2. Once you see where you want to be make ANOTHER list about how you want to get there.
  3. Obtain resources and gain workers, helpers and anything you think of to achieve it, but use every ounce of energy and passion you have to convey your message to others.
Well those are my three steps, thanks for reading, and please go check out my other post see if you like any of those, if not ITS COOL lol I love criticism, let me know what you want to see or how I can change it, Thanks again and have a great week!!

R.I.P Steve Jobs

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