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How to Think Like Steve Jobs

Extent: 224pages

Size: 198x129mm

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Price: £12.99

ISBN: 9781782430681

Categories: Biographies

About the Book

A titan of technological innovation, Steve Jobs thought differently to everyone else.

He had the mercurial ability to know what people wanted before they knew it themselves, and what's more, he knew how to sell that idea.

An advocator of good design in both function as well as appearance, his influence in Silicone Valley changed the way the world thinks about technology.

But how did he achieve such success? What were his methods?

How to Think Like Steve Jobs reveals the philosophies and carefully honed skills Jobs used in his journey to the top and in the consolidation of Apple's unique place in the public consciousness. With his thoughts on innovation, how to find inspiration, presenting an idea, advertising and much more, you can learn how to view the world through the eyes of a genius.

The insights this book provides into the mind of the master will have you thinking like Steve Jobs in no time at all.

Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Sherlock and How to Think Like Churchill.

Extent: 224pages

Size: 198x129mm

Publication Date: 26/05/2016

Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781782436010

Categories: Biographies

About the Book

A titan of technological innovation, Steve Jobs thought differently to everyone else.

He had the mercurial ability to know what people wanted before they knew it themselves, and what's more, he knew how to sell that idea.

An advocator of good design in both function as well as appearance, his influence in Silicone Valley changed the way the world thinks about technology.

But how did he achieve such success? What were his methods?

How to Think Like Steve Jobs reveals the philosophies and carefully honed skills Jobs used in his journey to the top and in the consolidation of Apple's unique place in the public consciousness. With his thoughts on innovation, how to find inspiration, presenting an idea, advertising and much more, you can learn how to view the world through the eyes of a genius.

The insights this book provides into the mind of the master will have you thinking like Steve Jobs in no time at all.

Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Sherlock and How to Think Like Churchill.

Publication Date: 17/09/2013

Price: £5.99

ISBN: 9781782430865

Categories: Biographies

About the Book

A titan of technological innovation, Steve Jobs thought differently to everyone else.

He had the mercurial ability to know what people wanted before they knew it themselves, and what's more, he knew how to sell that idea.

An advocator of good design in both function as well as appearance, his influence in Silicone Valley changed the way the world thinks about technology.

But how did he achieve such success? What were his methods?

How to Think Like Steve Jobs reveals the philosophies and carefully honed skills Jobs used in his journey to the top and in the consolidation of Apple's unique place in the public consciousness. With his thoughts on innovation, how to find inspiration, presenting an idea, advertising and much more, you can learn how to view the world through the eyes of a genius.

The insights this book provides into the mind of the master will have you thinking like Steve Jobs in no time at all.

Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Sherlock and How to Think Like Churchill.

About the Author

Daniel Smith is a non-fiction author and editor who has written across a range of subjects, including politics, economics and social history. He is the author of The Ardlamont Mystery: The Real-Life Story Behind the Creation of Sherlock Holmes, and the 'How to Think Like …' series for Michael O'Mara Books, which has been published in 20 languages and sold over 413,000 copies worldwide. He is also a long-time contributor to The Statesman's Yearbook, the geo-political guide to the world that celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013. He lives in London with his wife and two children.

Reviews

  • 'This inspiring and edifying book reveals a remarkable man whose example is well worth following', The Good Book Guide