Steve Jobs Personality Traits

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Steve Jobs Steven Paul Jobs was born on February 24 1955, in San Francisco, California to Joanne Schieble and Abdulfattah "John" Jandali, two University of Wisconsin graduate students who gave their unnamed son up for adoption. Jobs was 27 when he was able to uncover information on his biological parents. The infant was then adopted by Clara and Paul jobs. Jobs was raised in mountain view, California, which later became known as a Silicon Valley. At a young age jobs worked on a lot of electronics in the garage with his father. Job was a very diligent and innovative thinker but his youth was riddled with struggles over formal schooling. Jobs was always joking around in elementary school due to boredom, and his fourth-grade teacher needed to…show more content…
Jobs could have been described as far sighted. Jobs was always creating new products in his head for the future. He brought these thoughts to reality and created all the products we have today. He also had so much confidence which really helped him to become a successful entrepreneur. He always believed in every one of his products, mind and creations more than anyone. If something went wrong, he would never blame the products but instead believed something can be done to turn it around and fix it. He was also a bossy person. This may not be classed as a good trait but it was for jobs as it helped him to develop the exact products that he had in mind. He was also a very passionate man with what he did. In some interviews he revealed his secret behind his perseverance. He said that passion fuels a person's journey and that if there was no passion then an ordinary person will certainly quit. One thing that jobs done was that he did not let anything step in his way. Jobs built up apple into an empire from which he got fired from but this did not stop him from sill becoming one of the most successful entrepreneurs this world has and will ever see. After joining Pixar and coming back he turned apple into one of the biggest organisations in our time and this was all due the Jobs believing in himself and what he does. (Anon 3) (Anon
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