Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement The difference between winning and succeeding 1 day 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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Soumyarup Paul
Stay hungry and stay foolish
Alessandro Marzini
I saw it again in 2019 so yes, it's so current and still inspiring!
Michael Kilsdonk
Hearing him say he hopes to be around for 2-3 more decades hurts, knowing he had 6 years left
lucy girl
I'm here because Simone Whistler of YouTube's BIOGRAPHICS channel referenced (and recommended!) this video in his biography of Steve Jobs.
khanh ha
What a motivational speech! Thank you so much!
and so he died !!! and Apple is going down now :-(
Bibek KC
Who's watching this heading into 2019? 👍
D S Mishra
Marvellous inspirational speech to students!
Dueng Design
I'll be the next Steve Jobs.
God bless you
sour joe
"And here I was, spending all the money my parents had saved their entire lives..."
Raven Harris
“Keep looking and don’t settle.”
Rebeca Gonzalez
Loving it!❤️🙌🏼✊🇸🇻
Kanin S
great speech
Matthew Sanders
And they all went off to slave away in a cubicle and taking orders from people without degrees
Be a selfish bastard who steals other people's ideas, just like Steve. Shit all over people that help you along the way. That's what he did. Only complete nuggets would find this man inspirational.
Gladis Semensato
Who dislike?! This man is pure inspiration. Rip.
Tho legend were born
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