When preparing and giving presentations:
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“Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do. It’s true for companies, and it’s true for products."
The more your knowledge, the better you can predict, plan ahead and respond to problems. Educate yourself and leverage that knowledge towards an optimal result.
Consider the relationship between cause and effect in every decision you make, and how each choice impacts the next one.
Steve Jobs has always been considered an anomaly in management: his leadership style was something to admire or to criticize, but definitely not to replicate.
He was navigating a territory that is often obscure to management: the creation of meaning, both for customers and employees.