Steve Job’s Speech to Graduating Class

Steve Job’s contribution to our lives include, the Apple Computer, Pixar movies, the iPod and the iPhone.
He shared his empirical truth with a graduating class at Stanford University in June 2005.

His lessons in life include:

  1. Life makes sense looking backward, not as it happens. Have faith that difficulties in life will make sense in the near future, not in the present. The best you can do is live life the best you can.
  2. Find your passion and do it.
  3. Live life as if its your last day.

Read the full speech.

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