Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement The difference between winning and succeeding 2 months ago   14:34

Here we see Steve Jobs delivering his commencement speech to the graduates of Stanford University in 2005. In it he talks about getting fired from Apple in 1985, life & death

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Humayun Kabir
best speeches ever
Bishwas Mishra
Mic drops at 12:40 to 12:42
Ricardo Cea
What a great speech he
Ricardo Cea
What a great speech he
honey hush
Being on a only fruit diet is what really tragically ended is life. Ppl don't be perfectionists. It's unrealistic.
Zam Zam Trekking
excellent speech ever!
When he talked about death and beating cancer, and wanting to live decades more, it filled my soul with sorrow. RIP Steve Jobs.
mom do
Love this speech each like gives one praise to Steve Jobs
macbieoo 21
It is February 24th, 2019. Happy birthday Steve, we miss you!
Just watch this instead of being put to sleep by Tim Cook's 2019 speech...
Paul Barnett
Paul Barnett
Who's still watching in 2030?
Paul Barnett
Who's still watching in 2021?
Paul Barnett
Who's still watching in 2020?
Almost as good as Conan´s Dartmouth speech
Mashilo Lehong
A very strong speech
Wayne Taylor
Very inspirational
Hamin Bhuiyan
He is a great man in the world.Because he is a real fredom fighter in the world...
That Unemployed Guy
These things just fall away in the face of death. Leaving only what's really important.
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