“Of course it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college. But it was very, very clear looking backwards 10 years later.” — Steve Jobs.
A speech by Steve Jobs explaining some of the reasons why he decided to drop out of college. Steve Jobs recounts the moment he decided to drop out, mainly due to the heavy financial burden it caused his parents and the lack of value he could find in it. The following is a visual tribute to this brave decision.
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☀︎ This video is Part 1 of a Steve Jobs trilogy:
► Part 1 → Why I Dropped Out of College
► Part 2 → How I Found What I Loved To Do
► Part 3 → What Is The Single Best Invention of Life?