“If you can’t fly, then run, If you can’t run, then walk, If you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.” –Martin Luther King Jr.
Years ago, former French First Lady, Danielle Mitterrand, came to visit Apple factory in California while her husband, François Mitterrand, President of France was visiting other heads of state. Madam Mitterrand wanted to know if Apple factory employees were entitled to supplementary hours, a question, which annoyed the young Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs intentionally ignoredContinue reading “Anecdote Of The Late Steve Jobs”
When you hear a foreigner try to communicate in your mother tongue with a heavy accent, do you judge him or her silently in your head, or do you hold a level of sympathy in your heart for that person? Learning a foreign language is never an easy task. One’s linguistic predisposition and learning capacitiesContinue reading “Have Sympathy”
In the words of Bill Atkinson, one of the first few employees of Apple, the force of naïveté is to be persuaded by the feasible prospect of goals that no one has ever achieved before. As a kid, I loved lying on my bed, daydreaming how it would feel like walking the streets of aContinue reading “Force Of Naïveté”