Some might look at Steve Jobs’ early career and label him foolish. The future Apple co-founder was known as a school prankster, initially dropping out of college despite obvious intelligence. But his curiosity led him to garage tinkering with computers along with his high school classmate Steve Wozniak, and they founded Apple Computers shortly after. Though Jobs was squeezed out of the company early on, his return in the 1990s — and the innovation that followed — is considered the main driver behind Apple’s current reign over the tech world. Jobs’ path serves as a beacon to those of us whose creativity may not fit the mold. What some consider foolish may actually lead us to our best ideas and richest experiences.
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