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How to Be Highly Successful The Steve Jobs WaySusan L Reid
Earlier this month the passing of Apple's innovator and leader, Steve
Jobs, shocked entrepreneurs and consumers alike.
It wasn't that we couldn't see that something was seriously wrong with Jobs' health. Rather, we were in denial, refusing to accept that one of the greatest business innovators and leaders of our time could die at the young age of 56.
Steve's brilliance, passion, and energy were the source of countless innovations that will continue to enrich all of our lives for years to come. He embodied long-term business success and was a master at it.
Here are the top seven habits Steve Jobs exemplified that will make any entrepreneur successful:
1. Be persistent.
2. Keep on keeping on.
3. Seek to change lives.
4. Become ubiquitous.
5. Build frenzy.
6. Create a need.
7. Be true to yourself.
Steve Jobs may be gone, yet his genius and vision live on in countless other innovators. Like him, they seek to change lives. Are you one of them?
Whether you’re offering a new product to the market or improving on other people's concepts, applying these seven highly successful qualities exemplified by Steve Jobs will help you put a "dint in the universe," as Jobs was fond of saying, and get you well on your way to business success.
Copyright ©2011 by Susan L. Reid, DMA
Dr. Susan L. Reid is a Small Business Expert and Business Catalyst for spiritually conscious women starting up businesses. She is the award-winning author of Discovering Your Inner Samurai: The Entrepreneurial Woman's Journey to Business Success.If you're interested in finding out more about what steps you can take to ensure your lasting business success, then get instant access to your own free copy of Turn Your Business Dreams Into Reality Toolkit at http://YourSamuraiBusiness.com.
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