Steve Jobs shares a wonderful speech on how we have to find what we love in life through his commencement address to Stanford University in 2005. Steve shares three stories:
- Connecting the Dots: If Steve had never taken a calligraphy class in college, computers may have never have been designed with multiple typefaces and proportionately spaced fonts.
- Love and Loss: After being fired from Apple at the age of 30, Steve found a way to get back up and continue to do what he loved to do. This decision resulted in a bizarre twist of fate that brought him back to Apple.
- Death: After a near-death experience, Steve realized how time is limited and we shouldn’t waste it living someone else’s life.
To get inspired by Steve, watch his message:
What can we learn from Steve Jobs?
- The dots in your life will connect in the future.
- Death is the single best invention of life. It’s life’s change agent.
- You have to do what you love. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking and don’t settle.
And as a final note…Stay hungry, stay foolish.