Anatomy of an Apple
The Lessons Steve Taught Us
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Ninety days from bankruptcy, Apple welcomed home its founder in 1996. In less than a decade, Steve accomplished the impossible - Apple was now a trillion dollar juggernaut. Their domain included Music, Books, SmartPhones, Tablets, Laptops and more.
Within these pages are the often overlooked, misunderstood or misrepresented lessons that made it all possible and you won't find them anywhere else.
Steve Jobs weathered the deepest betrayals, endured relentless public humiliations and was pushed to the brink of bankruptcy. When he returned to the company he had co-founded, he was welcomed home by an Apple that was just as battered and bruised as he was, and on the brink of the abyss.
How these two entities, Steve the man, and Apple the company, healed each other, is well worth learning.
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Unlike any other!
Books about Apple and Steve Jobs are just as numerous as pick-up trucks in the country. And all of them tell different variations of the same thing.
But worst of all, most of them are also a boring read...something you'd only read for a class and not leisure.
On the other hand, Anatomy of an Apple takes a different approach. The author related to the struggles and the adventure of Jobs and his company with his own anecdotes. You can feel the passion in the writing, you can feel the magic of someone falling in love and the inspiration of those making it through struggles.
Anatomy of an Apple isn't just another book about Apple, it's a factual reading adventure.
It's a good read for everyone from the Apple fanboy to just someone looking for inspiration...or just to get immersed into a read...
A great breakdown of the Company, and Steve Job’s Philosophy
This book is a must have for anyone interested in Steve Job’s philosophy, and the way apple, as a company, is organized, managed, and run! :)