What If Money Was No Object? – Alan Watts

What makes you itch?

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Claude

 

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TEDx Guy Kawasaki – The 12 Lessons I Learned from Steve Jobs

Being an Apple fan for the last couple of years does not necessarily mean I knew much about Steve Jobs as a person. Only when I heard about his death I wanted to learn more about him and I bought Steve Jobs biography (affiliate link) written by Walter Isaacson. His visions, his passion and dedication  for his products really impressed me. I thought if I could only have a little percentage of his values I could do great…Reading the biography was definitely a true inspiration for me and I hope you get a chance to read the book too.

Guy Kawasaki had the privilege to work twice for Steve Jobs and in this video he tells you his 12 lessons he learned from Steve Jobs.

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Tony Dowling posted recently an article where he points out to 7 Great Powerpoint Presentation tips by Guy Kawasaki.

Thank You Steve

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Claude

TED TALKS: When you meet your hero

It feels like yesterday when I was playing soccer all day outside trying to imitate my hero Diego Maradona. At that time YouTube didn’t exist but through watching Diego Maradona on TV I tried to memorize all of his moves. How amazing must it feel for Usman Riaz to be on stage with his hero Preston Reed. Watch the video. A true inspiration!

Usman Riaz and Preston Reed: A young guitarist meets his hero

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Neil Gaiman’s speech at The University of the Arts

You Can Learn A Lot From Someone Who Makes Comic Books is a recent blog post from one of my favorite bloggers Mitch Joel. Not only did I take the 20 minutes to listen to this powerful speech, as Mitch asked to, I also felt I had to share it with you.

I am a loyal reader of Mitch Joel blog and when he says that it’s in our best interest I really try my best to take the time to read or listen to the content he shares with us. You should take your time too. Enjoy and don’t be afraid to make mistakes;-)

Read more about Neil Gaiman on his website. www.neilgaiman.com

The University of the Arts article: Neil Gaiman’s commencement advice internet sensation

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