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Steve Jobs spent his entire life demonstrating two points:
1. The future is open to possibilities.
2. It is possible to create a product that is virtually perfect/flawless in every way.

For the first argument, he established that the far future as understood via logic and envisioned through activities with an absolute focus is super feasible. Steve was very focused on making meaning out of life by utilizing unlimited intelligence to build the best of things that the human race requires. Elon Musk demonstrates the same abilities today.

Elon believes that the future reflects our current vision of what tomorrow should look like, rather than what tomorrow might look like. The CEO’s role is then to act on bringing that future to reality and profiting from it for the benefit of the company.

The entire universe is literally bereft of particles and the appearance of pure nothingness, but the scope of potential reality knows no bounds. As a result, continual creativity and innovation are required.

The truth? We have set our minds to consistent growth.

On the second point, Steve believes that while constructing a product for use, it should be as close to ideal as possible, even if it does not fully meet the purpose. That is one of the reasons why you feel a certain way when you buy or acquire a new Apple gadget. In comparison to its peers, the entire product is outstanding. It appears to be set in the far future.

When you sleep your Mac it literally breathes as if it were a human. That is the reality of humanity’s future, which is set to become the standard in the not-too-distant future.

What we have today was first imagined in 1976. The opportunity to do better still exists. We can see into the future and construct bait for it to materialize. We’ll create items that will stand the test of time while also making human life more enjoyable and uncomplicated.

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I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.

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