Did You Know?
Steve Jobs had his first amazing and innovative idea in his parents’ back yard.
He was bouncing a tennis ball off of the brick wall of the house, when the thought struck him. He reached for his notepad and jotted down, “take money and credit for the work of others,” and the rest, as they say, is history.
Then he expanded on that thought, “Make friends with a huge nerd and take credit for the historic and revolutionary work they’re going to do in computer science; take the billions that they might actually be worth for yourself; think capitalist”
as my partner commented the other day, Jobs really was the Edison of our generation.