11 Steve Jobs Money Tips Everyone Should Follow

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Steve Jobs is often associated with ingenuity and the man himself has often been called a genius. While most people recognize Steve Jobs for his contribution to the technological field, much of his advice can also be taken into consideration when it comes to financial matters, just as Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. Jobs gave plenty of advice on starting your own business and what to watch out for when it comes to investments and loans, and here are a few pieces of advice you should consider when it comes to your own finances:

Losing Money Can Be a Learning Experience

It’s well-known that Jobs has, at one time or another, lost money because some of his products didn’t take off. B

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6 Responses to 11 Steve Jobs Money Tips Everyone Should Follow

  1. Steve Jobs was definitely a visionary. This advice applies to far more than running a company… it is good advice for life.

  2. Tony says:

    While they certainly had their flaws, I admire Jobs and Gates for the way neither let money really get to them. Both of them could have lived far more lavish lifestyles than they chose.

    When I make my first billion or so, I do not plan to live like those other rich goofs who have to flaunt it with so much they do not need.

  3. Abi says:

    Definitely words to live by. I greatly admired Steve Jobs and was just heartbroken when he died. A copy of his stay hungry, stay foolish speech is on my wall. Truly a visionary.

  4. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, True Visionary life styles. They both had a passion to see other people become successful. They both demonstrated that by their willingness to share the wealth they have learned. By duplicating their success in others.the ole man jim

  5. Rock says:

    @Tony…are you serious? Haven’t heard about the house gates built about 15 years ago/ Please…

    Bill Gates’ house is a large mansion in the side of a hill which overlooks Lake Washington in Medina, Washington, United States of America. The 66,000-square-foot mansion is noted for its design and the technology it incorporates. It is nicknamed Xanadu 2.0 after the title character’s estate in Citizen Kane. It took 7 years to build and cost $63 million.

    But perhaps Bill and Melinda really did need 66,000 sq. ft. because after all when you have only one child she must have some freedom to roam.

    Oh and while I love Jobs and Apple and all of their insanely great products, don’t be fooled into thinking he didn’t enjoy the spoils so deservedly due him…he had private chefs and his own Lear Jet…neither lived (lives) a life remotely near the average American.

  6. CherylsArt says:

    I was certainly impressed with the passion of Jobs when I saw the movie about him. It’s good advice to be focused on the thing that you are doing.

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