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"Steve Jobs was among the greatest of American innovators - brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world and talented enough to do it." - Barack Obama.
On Oct 6, 2011, when Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 56, the world grieved the loss of the man who brought them life changing innovations such the iPhone, Apple personal computers and iPods.
Steve Jobs certainly had a clear vision, even when he was young. At the age of 15, he told his girlfriend in 10th grade Homestead High, Cupertino, California, that he would be a millionaire. At age 23, he was worth more than a million dollars. At 24, over $10 million and at 25, more than $100 million.
He was business-minded even as a youngster. He would buy under-priced electronic parts from flea markets and sell them to his boss at the electronic store where he worked part time.
He never shied away from a challenge. When he was working as a technician in Atari. He was offered $00 for every computer chip he could eliminate from the design of a circuit board that would be used for the arcade game Breakout. He tapped on the expertise of his future business partner, 21-year old Steve Wozniak and they eliminated 50 chips.
In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak set up Apple Computer Company. Years later when Apple launched its IPO, it created 300 millionaires.