Summary of Discurso Steve Jobs Stanford - en Español Latinoamérica ChQA

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In this video, Steve Jobs delivers a speech to a graduating class where he discusses the importance of following your intuition and curiosity, connecting the dots in life, and loving what you do. He shares his personal experience of being fired from Apple but later went on to become even more successful. Jobs emphasizes having awareness of death, which enables an individual to make important decisions in life. He encourages the graduates to stay hungry, stay foolish, and not let the noise of other people's opinions drown out their own thoughts.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, Steve Jobs shares the story of how his life started with being adopted as a result of his biological parents not graduating from college. After enrolling in college himself, he realized he had no idea what he was doing or what he wanted to do, so he dropped out and started attending classes that interested him. One of these classes was a calligraphy course that he didn't see any practical application for at the time. However, when designing the Macintosh computer ten years later, he was able to use the skills he learned in that class to create multiple fonts and proportional spacing, leading to the beautiful typography that the Mac has today. Jobs notes that it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward, but it was clear when looking back that following his intuition and curiosity was invaluable.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, Steve Jobs talks about two important aspects of life: connecting the dots and loving what you do. He explains the importance of trusting yourself and believing that the dots in your life will connect in the future, which will give you the confidence to follow your heart even when it takes you outside your comfort zone. He also shares his personal experience of being fired from Apple, which allowed him to start over and become even more successful. Steve emphasizes the importance of loving what you do and finding something that fills a large part of your life so that you can feel truly satisfied. Lastly, he talks about the perspective that the awareness of death brings and how it helps to make important decisions in life.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, Steve Jobs reflects on the time he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, a rare and potentially incurable type of cancer. After a biopsy, he was relieved to discover that it was a curable form of cancer with surgery. This experience brought him closer to the concept of death and made him aware of the limited time we have in life. He advises the graduating class to follow their hearts and intuition, to not let the noise of other people's opinions drown out their own thoughts and to not waste their time living someone else's life because time is limited. He encourages them to stay hungry and stay foolish, as he had done in his own life.

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