What would Steve Jobs have done?

Note: This posting is based on my weekly “Thank God It’s Monday” which is offered to help companies thrive!

This week’s focus: entrepreneurship

Simple. Elegant. Pragmatic. That’s what I want from technology.

Technology must simplify a problem or opportunity and bring demonstrable value. Technology must not create complexity or a burden.

As an executive or entrepreneur, are you unsure about how to start to create technology?

Ask yourself, “What would Steve Jobs have done?” And, then, set out to do just that. That starting point will help you and your company thrive.

Thought for the week:

“To be angry is to suffer. To be sad is to suffer. To demand life be other than it is, that too is to suffer. All suffering comes from craving and clinging to the things we can’t control.” – Peter Ragnar

What do you think? I welcome your blog comments!

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Dave Gardner, Gardner & Associates Consulting

http://www.gardnerandassoc.com

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One Response to What would Steve Jobs have done?

  1. Great point, as always, Dave 🙂 If only more people were willing or able to “think different” then maybe they wouldn’t be facing as many of the entrepreneurial issues that they do! Including, I’m assuming, a dearth of happy customers.

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