‘Love What You Do': Apple CEO Honors Steve Jobs’ Birthday
Apple CEO Tim Prepare dinner honored Steve Jobs by way of a tweet on Tuesday, which might have been the late Apple co-founders’s sixtieth birthday.
Jobs, who co-based Apple in 1976 with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, died of pancreatic most cancers in October of 2011.
The quote Prepare dinner tweeted is from Jobs’ oft-cited graduation tackle at Stanford College in 2005. He stated, partially: "Your work goes to fill a big a part of your life, and the one strategy to be really glad is to do what you consider is nice work. And the one approach to do nice work is to like what you do. If you have not discovered it but, maintain wanting. Do not settle. As with all issues of the guts, you will know whenever you discover it. And, like all nice relationship, it simply will get higher and higher because the years roll on. So hold wanting till you discover it. Do not settle."
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