I think autobiographies are usually only a one-time read, but possibly if I end up needing to do some research in the future I might.
The book covers so much of Steve Jobs life that you would never have known, so it's hard to pinpoint one thing. But I suppose his superior work ethic should be recognized.
When he spoke about flying to Kyoto for sushi with his son.
Sure... but that would have been impossible.
Two thumbs up!
I thought this book was going to provide some insight into having a happy marriage, but all I got from it was this woman droning on about her life. Definitely not what I expected.
I couldn't get through it. Glad it was free.
I have no idea if the audio version is better than the print version. I know I would never have gotten through the book as quickly as I did the audio, but that's just because I'm a multi-tasker.
How far down the rabbit-hole would you like to go?
There really is a compelling amount of information here. With that comes dozens of references, to which I will probably spend the next 5 years of my life following up with. If even 10% of what is said in this is true, we as a human race need to get our sh*t together.
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