Quote by GUY KAWASAKI, APPLE - Deepstash

“When it comes to changing the world, what I’ve learned from Steve Jobs is if you believe in a Macintosh, if you believe in iPhone, iPod, iPad, if you believe enough, then you will see it. So you need to foster the belief in what you are dreaming so that it becomes a reality, which is very different than saying, “I don’t expect anybody to believe it until I see it.” You need people to believe it before they can see it.”

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