Letter to Steven P. Jobs

[podcast]http://pianoinsidemybrain.com/media/Letter-to-Steve.mp3[/podcast] Dear Steve, I appreciate your letter and would like to wish you the best in your recovery. I am relieved that you and your family have the medical answers that you need. I would also like to offer my apology to you. Your health is your private matter and it should remain so. Like many people in the Apple…

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The Right Way

Steve Jobs knows how to get things right. When he lowered the price of the iPhone 2 months after its introduction, he heard the customer complaints and posted this open letter. And for a few more thoughts on this, The Unoffical Apple Weblog has this comment. And then Seth Godin has this to say about how to spend $20 million.

Think Like Steve Jobs

Okay, I might be a little obsessed with Steve Jobs and Apple products. But the following quote makes a good point… “You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.” – Steve Jobs There are a few other good business quotes here…

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Really Bad PowerPoint

Most business professionals abuse PowerPoint. It’s just too easy to do. Author Seth Godin’s Really Bad PowerPoint post on this topic hits the nail on the head. Business Week has a great article about how Steve Jobs is a master at giving presentations. He doesn’t use PowerPoint, rather a program for the Mac called Keynote.