I admired Steve Jobs and I'm deeply saddened by his untimely death. Besides being the Thomas Edison of our time (I read that somewhere and it really stuck in my mind), the simple shining wisdom came through when he spoke. He was a marketing genius. He knew what was important. He didn't major in minor things. Here's an interesting article on his "Seven Rules of Success." They bear repeating.
1. Do what you love.
2. Put a dent in the universe.
3. Make connections.
4. Say no to a thousand things.
5. Create insanely different experiences.
6. Master the message.
7. Sell dreams, not products.
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