Steve job was born on 24th February 1955, in San Francisco California(U.S). He belong to a impoverished, starvation family. His name before birth was Abdul Latif Jandali . His father name is Abdulfattah Jandali which belong to Syria. His mother name is Joanne Schieble, She belong to surist German.

Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble they both are collegmate , gradually both are in relationship, they like each other’s. They both study fall together university of Wisconsin university in 1954, and then she became pregnant, her family did not approve that unwanted child and relationship, that child was Steve Job.

But, due to pregnancy she decide to abortion, but in America abortion is illegal, than they have no other option to birth that unwanted child. They both decided for him to gave adoption. She wanted the adoption parents was well educated. Than the lawyer and his spouse were initially chosen, but they decided to withdraw their selection upon learning that the child was a boy. Consequently, Steve Job was adopted by Paul Reinhold and Clara Jobs They are not educated but they promised to Steve job biological mother ,we will him to best school and college. Since, than his name called [Steven Paul Jobs].

“ Form a coherent pattern by connecting the dots”

Steve Jobs Background ?

During his younger years, Jobs’s parents took him to a Lutheran church, exposing him to religious teachings and practices. This early exposure to religion would later influence Jobs’s spiritual beliefs and practices. As he progressed through high school, Clara, Jobs’s mother, confided in his girlfriend, Chrisann Brennan, about her initial fear and apprehension towards loving Steve during the first six months of his life. She expressed concerns that he might be taken away from her, even after they had won the custody battle. This fear stemmed from the fact that Jobs was adopted, and Clara worried that his biological parents might try to reclaim him. Clara’s honesty and vulnerability in sharing these fears with Chrisann showcased the depth of her love and concern for her son.


Clara further admitted that Steve’s challenging behavior as a child made her question their decision to raise him. She even contemplated the idea of returning him, feeling overwhelmed by the difficulties they faced. This revelation highlighted the struggles and doubts that parents can experience, even when they deeply love their child. It also shed light on the complexities of parenting and the emotional toll it can take.


When Chrisann shared Clara’s revelations with Steve, he reassured her that he was already aware of his parents’ struggles. Jobs had a deep understanding of the challenges he posed as a child and the impact it had on his parents. In fact, Jobs later acknowledged that he had been deeply loved and indulged by his adoptive parents, Paul and Clara. Despite their initial doubts and struggles, Paul and Clara provided Jobs with a nurturing and loving environment that shaped him into the person he became.


Many years later, Jobs’s wife, Laurene, also acknowledged the profound impact Paul and Clara had on his life. She recognised the immense gratitude Jobs felt towards his adoptive parents, considering them his parents wholeheartedly. Jobs strongly rejected the term “adoptive parents” when referring to Paul and Clara, emphasising the deep bond and love he shared with them. This sentiment showcased the significance of the nurturing and love he received from Paul and Clara, which surpassed any biological connection.


On the other hand, Jobs referred to his biological parents as nothing more than his “sperm and egg bank.” This stark contrast in his perception of his biological and adoptive parents highlighted the importance he placed on the emotional support and love he received from Paul and Clara. It underscored the belief that true parenthood is not solely based on genetics but on the care, guidance, and love provided by those who raise and nurture a child.

  “ I possess an innate quality that compels me to strive for excellence, surpassing mediocrity. Although I am uncertain of its nature, I am appreciative of its presence within me”.


Steve Job Journey started ?

According to school officials, Steve’s exceptional test scores warranted him skipping two grades, but his parents decided to have him skip only one. Consequently, at the age of 11, he enrolled in Crittenden Middle School. Unfortunately, the school’s location in a disadvantaged area subjected Steve to severe bullying. However, he found solace in his neighbour, who shared his passion for electronics and worked at Hewlett-Packard Company (now known as HP). Spending countless hours in his neighbour’s garage, Steve eagerly explored upcoming gadgets. The relentless bullying at school seemed to take its toll on him, as he eventually confided in his parents that he either wanted to switch schools or cease attending altogether. Understanding his distress, his parents agreed, and the family relocated to Los Altos, California, where Steve enrolled in Cupertino Junior High. Throughout his academic journey, Steve solely pursued competitive swimming and refrained from participating in team sports.


 At the age of 12, he joined the Hewlett-Packard Explorer Club, where he encountered his first computer. This encounter left a lasting impression on him, solidifying his desire to pursue a career in the field of computers. Steve initially attended Cupertino Junior High for high school but later transferred to Homestead High School, situated in Cupertino, California. It was at Homestead High School that he took his first electronic class, where he formed a friendship with Bill Fernandez, who shared his passion for electronics. Bill introduced Steve to his neighbour, Steve Wozniak, a fellow computer and electronics enthusiast affectionately known as “Woz” among their circle of friends. Subsequently, Steve began attending after-school lectures on computers at Hewlett-Packard Company in Palo Alto, San Francisco.

“Those who possess the audacity to believe they can alter the course of the world are the ones who ultimately succeed in doing so”..


After leaving college in his initial semester, Jobs embarked on a journey to India where he delved into his spiritual side. It was during this period of spiritual enlightenment that Jobs cultivated his work ethic and adopted a simplistic approach to life. He once stated, “That’s been one of my mantras – focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.”


At the age of 21, Jobs began to achieve remarkable feats when he and Wozniak established Apple Computers in the garage of Jobs’ family home. To finance their venture, Jobs sold his Volkswagen bus while Wozniak parted ways with his scientific calculator. This decision turned out to be a wise investment. Prior to Apple’s emergence, computers were bulky, expensive, and inaccessible to the average person. With Jobs leading the marketing efforts and Wozniak overseeing technical development, Apple introduced consumer-friendly machines that were smaller and more affordable, priced at just $666.66 each. The Apple II surpassed its predecessor in terms of success, with sales soaring by 700%. On its first day as a publicly traded company in 1980, Apple Computer boasted an estimated market value of $1.2 billion.

“ Emphasising quality over quantity is crucial; hitting a home run holds far greater value than hitting two doubles”

New mindset new setup

Despite the initial success of the Macintosh, Apple’s triumph was short-lived as IBM emerged as a formidable competitor, surpassing Apple in terms of sales. In 1985, following a disagreement with Apple’s CEO, John Sculley, Steve Jobs made the difficult decision to resign and embark on his own ventures. Establishing NeXT Inc., a company dedicated to software and hardware development, Jobs also invested in a relatively small animation studio called Pixar Animation Studios.


Thanks to Jobs’ unwavering determination and innovative management approach, Pixar eventually achieved remarkable success. However, the journey was not without its challenges. The production of their first major hit, Toy Story, took four years, and the relatively unknown animation studio faced numerous obstacles along the way. Jobs played a pivotal role in driving the project forward, motivating and pushing his team, sometimes employing a harsh demeanor. While his management style may have been perceived as abrasive by some, it also garnered loyalty from many team members. Edwin Catmull, Pixar’s co-founder, emphasized that in addition to having a vision, one must possess stubbornness, tenacity, belief, and patience to persevere. He highlighted Jobs’ ability to push boundaries and make significant advancements.


Pixar experienced tremendous success, while NeXT faced challenges in selling its own operating system to American consumers. However, Apple’s acquisition of NeXT in 1997 marked the return of Steve Jobs as CEO. With a symbolic annual salary of $1, Jobs breathed new life into Apple and led the way in developing groundbreaking devices like the iPod, iPhone, iPad, and iTunes. These innovations revolutionized various industries such as mobile communications, music, retail, and healthcare. Jobs showcased his extraordinary intuition by famously stating that consumer and market research played no part in the creation of the iPad. Instead, he relied on his personal experiences, including his upbringing in San Francisco during the 1960s and his extensive travels, to shape Apple’s design philosophy. Jobs criticized the narrow perspectives prevalent in the computer industry, emphasizing the significance of diverse experiences in generating innovative solutions. According to Jobs, the broader one’s understanding of the human experience, the more exceptional the design outcomes would be. 

 “  It is a widely held belief that at present, we find ourselves in a significant juncture where our actions have the power to shape the course of the future.”

Mortality and heritage:-

In 2004, Apple made a public announcement regarding Jobs’ diagnosis of a rare form of pancreatic cancer, which fortunately had a cure. This encounter with mortality served as a catalyst for Jobs to redirect his focus towards the development of Apple products that gained immense popularity in the 2000s.


During his commencement address at Stanford in 2005, Jobs expressed, “When faced with death, external expectations, pride, fear of embarrassment or failure, all fade away, leaving only what truly matters.” Despite his illness, Apple managed to introduce some of its most significant and successful innovations during this period. iTunes emerged as the second-largest music retailer in America, the MacBook Air revolutionized the world of laptop computing, and the iPod and iPhone shattered sales records while transforming the way people consumed content and communicated with each other.


Jobs once stated, “My aspiration is to make a lasting impact on the universe.” By leading the personal computer revolution, sparking the smartphone craze, revolutionizing computer animation, and popularizing technology, he achieved far more than just leaving a mere dent


 Jobs rose to prominence as an exceptionally skilled leader in a highly competitive industry. He embodies the pinnacle of a transformative leader, with the ability to inspire his team to reach extraordinary heights.