Zum Tode von Steve Jobs vor 6 Jahren: Jeder Manager könnte ein Steve Jobs sein

CEOs and managers may respire. Their hardship is finally over. After Steve’s resignation death on Wednesday, Oct., 5th, 2011 (updated Oct., 7th, 2011 – rs) nobody – they hope – will compare them to Steve again.

| Awake. [Be Independent]
They all hated to be compared to a phenomenon. They all hated to be confronted with expectations only a Steve Jobs could live up to.

And they had a great excuse: he was the only one, there was no other coming near to his achievements. He was a phenomenon, and they themselves were great managers. So what!? They could live with that.

| Grow. [Be Brilliant]
InMemoriamSteveJobsI must disenthrall them all, it’s even worse: they all could become a Steve Jobs, they all could innovate, they all could transcend markets, they all could build ‘Informal Markets’, they all could introduce revolutionary business models, and realize them successfully. No excuses apply.

| Inspire (the Next)! [Be Relevant]
All CEOs and managers could ‘outgrow themselves and inspire the world’. They just need to dare to, they just need to be self-confident and self-conscious enough. They just need to live Distinctive Leadership. Have a great time becoming an inspiration/leader! Enjoy!

See also: Steve Jobs: “The only way to do Great Work is to love what you do” – plus Stanford Commencement Speech, 2005″.

– Repost vom 07. Okt 2011 –

Erste Ideen könnte es in meinem Post Spannende Analyse, warum Elon Musk Elon Musk ist – und wie auch wir über uns hinauswachsen – #stopmakingsense geben!


| Outgrow Yourself, Inspire the World!
| What keeps You from Making a Difference?
| #humansolutions #forezeit #stopmakingsense

| Wir sollten reden!

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