Posts Tagged ‘IPad’

The Top Ten Lessons Steve Jobs Can Teach Us – If We’ll Listen

September 22, 2011
Steve Jobs shows off iPhone 4 at the 2010 Worl...

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  1. The most enduring innovations marry art and science
  2. To create the future, you can’t do it through focus groups
  3. Never fear failure
  4. You can’t connect the dots forward – only backward
  5. Listen to that voice in the back of your head that tells you if
    you’re on the right track or not
  6. Expect a lot from yourself and others
  7. Don’t care about being right.  Care about succeeding
  8. Find the most talented people to surround yourself with
  9. Stay hungry, stay fool
  10. Anything is possible through hard work, determination, and a
    sense of vision


Queue etiquettes, morals, politics and Commercial Queuers

March 30, 2011

QUEUE or Cut queue without passively wait in line?

One of my friends (real close friend, FB friend and patient) Dr. Zuraidi Ishak (Ph.D. doctor) wrote, “Why, when we lined up at the post office, or at any place, another line must be fast moving faster? Why?”

(Dear friend Dr. Zuraidi Ishak, kindly allow me to write a blog posting based on your FB, QUEUE or passively wait in line?)

A queue in front of a shop – a common sight in the People’s Republic of Poland during the 1980s.


Spend on what we ‘need’ and not ‘want’

December 18, 2010

Source_Star: Spend on what we ‘need’ and not ‘want’

I would like to comment on the consumer responsibility that says “spend according to your needs” because, basically, most consumers do not differentiate between their wants and their needs.