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12 things to learn from Steve Jobs for young entrepreneurs. He was the best CEO in the Universe and I love him. God Bless his soul.

12 things to learn from Steve Jobs for young entrepreneurs. He was the best CEO in the Universe and I love him. God Bless his soul.

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    • THINGSFOR YOUNGENTREPRENEURS12to learn from Steve Jobsby Umakant Jani
    • - Doug Larson“ FEATS WERE ACCOMPLISHEDBY PEOPLENOT SMART ENOUGHTO KNOW THEY WEREGREATESTSOME OFTHE WORLD’Simpossible.
    • ARECLUELESSEXPERTSLesson #1
    • IF YOU START LISTENINGTO EXPERTS,THEY WILL SAY!With social media you can get to your customer so muchfaster now, as an entrepreneur figure things yourself, donot listen to experts. They are clueless.They going to tell youwhat everybody thinks is right.They can’t tell you anything youdont know already.They are disconnected fromcustomers, don’t listen to them.
    • CAN NOTTELL YOUCUSTOMERSWHAT THEY NEED.Lesson #2
    • ANYONE WHO THINKSSKY IS THE LIMIT,HAS A LIMITED IMAGINATION.If you want to innovate something, you haveto make it happen and surprise yourcustomers.If I would have asked people what theyneeded couple of years back, they wouldhave asked for a device they would love touse, I bet no one would have answeredsaying, I need an iPad.
    • YOU CAN ASKYOUR CUSTOMERSHOW TO MAKE A REVOLUTION BETTER.HOW TO MAKE ABUTYOU CAN NOT ASKTHEM,REVOLUTION.
    • BEGETS THEBEST WORKCHALLENGESBIGGESTLesson #3
    • CHALLENGES ARE WHAT MAKELIFE INTERESTING;OVERCOMING THEM IS WHATmakes life meaningful.I always believed in one thingYOU DON’T KNOWHOWUNTILBEINGSTRONGIS THE ONLY OPTIONYOU HAVESTRONGESTYOU ARE,
    • ALWAYSCOUNTSQUALITYLesson #4
    • INTERDEPENDENTINTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS.A CARDINALPRINCIPLE OF TOTALQUALITYESCAPES TOO MANY MANAGERS:YOU CANNOTCONTINUOUSLY IMPROVEINDEPENDENTSYSTEMS AND PROCESSUNTIL YOU PERFECT
    • There are 10% of consumers who likebest quality products.THEAPPLE MATH10So you should makethe best possible revolutionary products.And every updateshould not be 10% better,but10 times better then the last one.every-time
    • SOME QUOTEDNICELY ABOUT“If, on your team, everyone’sinput is not encouraged,valued, and welcome, why callit a team?”– Woody WilliamsQUALITY“There are two typesof software : badsoftware and thenext release.”– Cornelius FitchnerGood leaders do not take on all thework themselves; neither do they takeall the credit.”– Woody Williams
    • REALLYCOUNTSDESIGNLesson #5
    • In a worldwhere everybody talks about priceHereDesign Really CountsToo!Steve JobsProved it five timesORPRICEDESIGN ?
    • GRAPHICSAND FONTBIGIN YOURPRESENTATIONSLesson #6
    • KEYNOTESOF STEVEAPPLEiPadNever use too many wordsin your presentation.BIG GRAPHICSBIG FONTSuse < 40 words/slides
    • NOT BETTERSAMENESS..CURVESJUMPLesson #7
    • DON’T BE AFRAID TO TAKEA BIG STEP IF ONE IS INDICATED;YOU CAN’T CROSS A CHASMin two small jumps.Jump the curve“The real innovation happensin the next curvenot on your own curve.”
    • CURVE JUMPSTORYAICE HARVESTING BUSINESSIn 1900, there were this guy. He used to go a longway to a winter pond to cut ice. In 1909 millionpounds of ice has been harvested in United States.Ice factory curve meant that, you don’t have to be inwinter, you don’t have to be in a cold city.A companywill freeze water for you at any point of time anddeliver it to your house.33 years later, Ice Factory Curve22 years later, Ice Freeze CurveWhere you can have a freeze at home and ice thewater anytime you want.“So if you want to do something revolutionary youcannot do it in your curve, you have to jump the curve.”
    • ALL THATMATTERS“DOESN’T WORK”“WORK” ORLesson #8
    • THE PESSIMIST COMPLAINSABOUT THE WIND; THE OPTIMISTEXPECTS IT TO CHANGE;We are in 21st CenturyI thinkCHANGE is the new stability.ITS NOT ABOUT‘MODEL A’ OR ‘MODEL B’IT “WORKS”OR “DOESNT WORK.”BUTCHANGE THE MODEL.THATS IT., JUST LET THINGS WORK.IF DOEN’T,ITS ALL ABOUT,realist adjusts the sails.
    • I DO NOTDESIGNPLAN B,ANYTHINGDISTRACT MY‘CAUSE I DON’T LETPLAN A.SAVINGTHOUGHTLIFE
    • IS DIFFERENTFROM PRICEVALUELesson #9
    • MATRIXCHART2/2You’re uniquebutnot valuableYou’re unique&valuableYou’re not valuable&not uniqueYou’re valuablebutnot uniqueUniquenessValuableNotValuableNotUniqueness(0,0)there you go, want tobe here
    • VALUE.SUCCESSTRY NOT TO BE AMAN OFRATHER TRYTO BE A MAN OF- Albert Einstein“
    • HIRESA PLAYERSA PLAYERSLesson #10
    • A PLAYERSA PLAYERSPART THESTORY1STalwayshires
    • B PLAYERSC PLAYERSPART THESTORYRESThiresD PLAYERShiresE PLAYERShiresIt continues...it doesn’t take long to get to Z Playersand your organization gets full of Junk.
    • Steve Jobstaught that“You should always hire the best onesfor the job,most importantlyhire ones who wouldhire his team players someonebetter then him.”
    • A PLAYERSA+ PLAYERSPART THESTORYNEWalwayshiresLet’s go one step further thanSteve Jobs“If I would be a manager or CEO of a company I would love to hire myteam players, managers orVP’s better then me,they won’t threaten my position;but they’ll make my work a lot easier.”
    • CANDEMOCEO’sLesson #11REAL
    • OFSTEVE JOBSKEYNOTESNo one on this planet canDEMOtheir product better thanSteve JobsYes,If you want to convince me that yourproduct is the best.You yourself sell it tome.YES! REAL CEO’s CAN DEMO.
    • ENTREPRENEURSHIPREALLesson #12
    • DELIVER.
    • SECRETE OF REALENTREPRENEURSHIPTHETO SOLVE SMALL,SMALL PROBLEMS.BUTHOPPING THAT MANY PEOPLEHAVE THATSMALL PROBLEMS.TRYINGTHE REAL ENTREPRENEURSHIPIS
    • SEEN.BELIEVEDSOME THINGSNEED TO BETO BELESSION FORENTREPRENEURBIGGESTHere are perspectives on the Federal Physician Sunshine Act from those with vested interestsin the relationship between Big Pharma and Doctor’s Prescription:American Association of Family PractitionersAmerican Medical AssociationPromotional Products AssociationNo more fast-tracking FDA approvals where Big Pharmapays for quick approval.Replace Big Pharma’s dollars with independently-derived, data-based, scientific criteria that is sharedpublicly and the public prioritizes any drug’s approval.This criterion is published publicly.This process of choosing is published publicly. That means all the potential drugs submitted forFDA approval and being chosen for fast-track approval are displayed publicly.The approval process, the tests, the procedures, the results are available to the public.Double the number of FDA inspectors.Create a public wiki for all FDA drug trials.Let all the participants share their experiences as well as their results. We want to know their experi-ence, not a compiled, condensed, edited version of results spun for maximum marketing impact.Overhaul the drug research methods.Funding, research and more is rife with bribes, fraud and much more focused on makingmoney as opposed to (sometimes directly opposed to) healthcare. Transparency, opennessand participation are key.
    • THANKSTO SOUL OFSTEVE JOBSENTREPRENEUR. LOT TAKENFROM HIS SPEECH & THOUGHTSGUY KAWASAKIYASHMY GENIUS BROTHER, WHO ASKEDME TO DESIGN THIS PRESENTATIONFOR MAKING KNOWLEDGESHARABLE IN EASIER WAYYOUTUBE & INTERNETAlso thankful for
    • Info 26/26ABOUT THE AUTHORZane Safrit is the former CEO of Conference Calls Unlimited. His small business CEO ramblings havebeen posted on his blog for several years now. You can follow him on Twitter or listen to his weeklyradio show on blogtalkradio.com.SEND THISPass along a copy of this manifesto to others.SUBSCRIBESign up for our free e-newsletter to learn about our latest manifestos as soon as they are available.BORN ON DATEThis document was created on November 4, 2009 and is based on the best information available at that time.Check here for updates.infoABOUT CHANGETHISChangeThis is a vehicle, not a publisher.We make it easy for big ideas to spread.While the authors we work with areresponsible for their own work, they don’tnecessarily agree with everythingavailable in ChangeThis format. But youknew that already.ChangeThis is supported by the love andtender care of 800-CEO-READ. Visit usat 800-CEO-READ or at our daily blog.COPYRIGHT INFOThe copyright of this work belongsto the author, who is solely responsiblefor the content.This work is licensed under the CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License. To view a copy of thislicense, visit Creative Commons or send aletter to Creative Commons, 559 NathanAbbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA.Cover image from Veer Marketplace.WHAT YOU CAN DOYou are given the unlimited right toprint this manifesto and to distribute itelectronically (via email, your website,or any other means). You can print outpages and put them in your favoritecoffee shop’s windows or your doctor’swaiting room. You can transcribe theauthor’s words onto the sidewalk, or youcan hand out copies to everyone youmeet. You may not alter this manifestoin any way, though, and you may notcharge for it.Umakant Jani joined Infosys in winter 2010. He works with a healthcare process, HBCBS inbuilding 23, 2nd floor in NASCO EFDE team. He keeps interest in doing innovative things tomake work better, more effective and crazy about doing other inspiring things. When he is notworking you can find him learning something new. Send him a  MailABOUT THE AUTHORThis is the property of the author and he is solely responsible for everything contained in thedocuments. Copyrights of images and other things in this design is credited in the contentcopyrights section.This document was created on April 14, 2013 and is based on the best information available atthat time. Check with the author for the further updates.BORN ON DATETHIS COPY IS THE PROPERTY OFPURPOSE OF THIS COPYThis is a presentation forthe sharing knowledge.YOUR RIGHTSYou have the rights toprint, share & make asmany as copies youneed. But authorrecommends not tomodify anything withouthis prior knowledge.CONTENT COPYRIGHTSThe Apple Logo is theproperty of Apple Inc.and apple.com, appleproduct images aretaken from internetsharing sites.
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