The World has lost another great innovative mind.
Yesterday, Apple Co-Founder and Chairman Steve Jobs has passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 56 years young.
The innovator in technology had battled pancreatic cancer since 2004 and received a liver transplant in 2009. He held his position as CEO of Apple until January when he stepped down citing medical issues and gave no definitive date of return.
I didn’t want to be negative, but I knew something was wrong.
In his lifetime, not only did Jobs help make Apple one of the largest and most successful technology corporations in the world, launching initiates like the ipod, ipad, Mac Book pro, Apple TV and iTunes store, but he’s also responsible for making Pixar become a operable production company before he sold it to Disney.
He was a true inspiration,
His life has truly inspires mine, because of innovative individuals like him, Gabriel and myself have a lane to be innovative and creative in what we do without limitations. Steve believed that if you live as if there is no tomorrow, than you will never feel like you have something to lose.
Words to live by.
Our condolences go out to the friends, family, fans and supporters of Steve Jobs.