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Think Different and make a difference October 8, 2011

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At a time when tablet computing is becoming the most desired gadget in the universe, Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet got launched in India on 6th Oct’2011. The other BIG news spreading like wild fire is the death of Steven Paul “Steve” Jobs, American computer entrepreneur and inventor, chairman, and former chief executive officer of Apple Inc. This visionary Apple co-founder revolutionized everyday technology in today’s world. What a coincidence that the nano computer device was born just a day before Steve Jobs said good bye to the world!

Born to parent’s who could not feed him grow, Steve jobs was brought up by step parent. While his college days he could not correlate the worth of the academics with the amount of fee charged by the institute and hence he preferred to drop out and leave his higher education mid way. He was thrown out of the company which he created himself. He preferred not to surrender his faith and kept walking along the path crafted by his passion. He ventured into music, computing and animation. When asked about the secret of his success, he once said “Even when you are starving, think different”. His famous quote says: “Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith. Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” Not a surprise that Steve jobs could create three different companies in his short life span of 56 years.

Great leaders do not just create organizations they weave a culture. They do not just lead but also inspire people …………………..  Complete write-up in my forthcoming book…. for announcement on the book title and launch, pl keep visiting www.aglakadam.com  ………………………………………   

Ajit Varwandkar

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