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Stay Hungry Stay Foolish

This appeared in my browser. I am not really sure how it found me, but I am very happy that Steve Jobs is one of the people that live in my PC. Just 15 minutes, I hope you enjoy.


8 Comments so far

  1. Will Kelly March 26th, 2010 6:30 am

    I believe that Steve Jobs has accomplished one of the greatest success stories in our country’s history.

    Pursue your passion!

  2. Scott Cowan March 26th, 2010 8:51 am

    Steve Jobs has lead one of the more interesting and productive lives of anyone that I can think of. While I am not an Apple product user I appreciate all of the attention to detail that the company has for the products it releases.

    His message to the graduates of Stanford might of had a few parents concerned that their investment in their students tuition was potentially unnecessary after listening to his story about his college experience. I think the message shared was one of great hope that each and every one of us can lead a life to be celebrated if we just stay hungry and stay foolish.

  3. Dan Connolly March 27th, 2010 6:47 am

    I didn’t expect to make it through the whole 15 minutes but I did and it was a great speech.

  4. Jarrod Frenzel March 27th, 2010 11:23 am

    No doubt, I have a lot of respect for Steve Jobs. This man has accomplished a lot.

  5. Laura "Ole" Olesen March 27th, 2010 3:49 pm

    This is the second time I’ve seen this video. (I particularly like it because I’m a Stanford grad who sat in that stadium for graduation myself one day.) It’s amazing how many times we can hear messages like this and still need reminding. I appreciate having the opportunity to hear it again. It gives me more enthusiasm for real estate, which I love!

  6. Robert Worthington March 27th, 2010 7:13 pm

    Awesome video Tom! The entire video hit home with me!

  7. Don Groff March 28th, 2010 9:05 pm

    Great message and a great speech.

  8. Doug Quance March 29th, 2010 3:02 pm

    Two observations:

    First, I found it to be an interesting speech… especially because it was Steve Jobs… but not because it was Steve Jobs.

    And, the lukewarm response of the students was frankly quite sad. These skulls full of mush could not appreciate the messages of Jobs stories… a sure sign of the times.

    Thanks for tossing this one up, Tom.