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Steve Jobs’ Definition of Smart

It’s all about innovation.

By Tom Coates from San Francisco, United States — Steve Jobs talks about the iPhone, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=89396929

Everyone has their own definition of what the word “smart” means. And usually, the definition is more or less close to how we look at ourselves. Because, obviously, ‘I’ is the smartest human on Earth. And any definition of smart that doesn’t include who ‘I’ is, doesn’t sit right with us.




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