Apple’s Organizational Structure From Steve Jobs
How Apple operates as a Company
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⛏️Tools Worth Sharing
This is a new website restoring the legacy of steve jobs, and you can find interviews, messages he sent to himself, and other things
📕 Book of The Week.
In the Precious moment, I also started reading the biography of steve jobs by Walter Issac. In this biography, you can learn about him from start to end, like getting adopted, starting apple, being fired from his own company, and coming back and inventing amazing products like iPhone and iPod.you get inspired by.
🗨️Quote worth sharing
The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule but to schedule your priorities. — Stephen R. Covey
Prioritizing your work can make you 10x more productive unless you will be juggling around multiple things, but you will not find anything. So prioritize certain things, and you will achieve what you want.
“Great acts are made up of small deeds.” –Lao Tzu.
Like you can climb Everest in one day, same you can find success in one day; you have to take small steps to appear big.
🖼️ Picture worth sharing
This is a screenshot of steve jobs’ email he sent to himself.
📽️Video Worth Watching
This is an incredible video; You should have a look.
Apple’s Organizational structure
This shows how steve jobs make apple — a place for innovation and how their organizational structure works. You can also read the HBR article on this topic.
Why You are Lonely and How to Make Friends
In the age of technology, where everyone is connected with their fingertips, most people are alone, have too few friends, and feel left out. Here is a video to understand the case best.
🗒️Article Worth Reading
This is an important Twitter thread for writers who want to write best-seller books. This thread shows why 90% of the fails.
Those are pretty much the only two choices.
Being judged is uncomfortable. Snap judgments, prejudices, misinformation… all of these, combined with not enough time (how could there be) to truly know you, means that you will inevitably be misjudged, underestimated (or overestimated) and unfairly rejected.
The alternative, of course, is much safer. To be ignored.
Up to you.
— Seth Godin
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