Steve Jobs Wasn't "Realistic"

We’re often taught to “be realistic.”


But wtf does that even mean really? Like, think about it for a second.

What if you had of told Steve Jobs to “be realistic” back when he was creating the first Apple computer.


Many people did, but for the most part, he didn’t listen.


If he did, then we would be living in quite a different world relative to how we connect with each other, just from *one* mans tenacity.


He didn’t react to other people or reality... instead he *created* the one he conceived of in his mind first.


“Being realistic” often means focusing on what others believe you can or can’t do in this life. Whether they’re ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ is completely up to you.


I sit here in the sun rise, praying for a better world, because the one we’re living in right now is very out of sorts.


Don’t get it twisted, this does not make me feel sad.


It makes me feel fucking HUNGRY.


Hungry for positive influence!


Hungry for deep meaningful change for others!


Hungry for a better world for our children and theirs!


Friends...


Now more than ever, WE CANNOT BE “realistic.”


That will not change anything. Instead we must follow our wildest dreams with passion, humility and commitment.


You will fail, and you will learn from it and get better, just like Mr. Jobs did.


I SEE YOU ❤️✊🏽


Go out and get yours NOW. The world will provide you with EXACTLY what you need if you believe in yourself and your dream...


And stop being “realistic” about it!


I LOVE YOU 🙏🏽


Have a beautiful day. You deserve it.


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