Wednesday, 3 July 2013

The Best Steve Jobs Books You Can Find Online

The Best Steve Jobs Books You Can Find Online

Author: David Garnett

Gone are the days where the solitary purpose of having a mobile phone is to be able to call and text acquaintances, colleagues, family members and friends. We are now officially in the world where our cell phone can be everything that we need. It can play HD videos, superb music, take high-resolution images, high-quality games, and most importantly it now has the capability to run productivity apps that are necessary for either personal or business use. We simply awe the biggest innovative shift in the mobile industry to the mighty thinker, the innovator that everyone looks up to, Steve Jobs.

If you got inspired by how this man forever changed the direction of the innovations and the future, and somehow would like to learn more about him from the eyes of his greatest and keen observers, the following books are my reading recommendations for you.

Steve Jobs
By Walter Isaacson

Based on countless of interviews of Steve Jobs and the people around him combined; this book is sure to take you to a journey of getting to know him better. The resourceful entrepreneur lived a roller-coaster life and showcased an extremely intense personality, which revolutionized not only 1 but 6 different industries, including digital publishing, personal computers, music, phones, animated movies and tablet computing, and Walter Isaacson has written a fascinating story out from these perspectives.

Steve Jobs and the World of Mobile
By Patrick Meyer

With this book, you will get to see more of Steve Jobs and how he had willfully changed the mobile industry to showcase that anyone could do and deliver the impossible the crowd of doubters. You will basically get insights beyond the innovative thinker's biographies. There is also part of this book where you get to see illustrations and inspirational stories about the influential entrepreneur, not to mention Keynote Speaker on Mobile Innovation Patrick Meyer included a map of where the mobile driven world is heading.

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs
By Carmine Gallo

To start with, this book is the Wall Street Journal Bestseller! If you ever want to sell your ideas in an effortless manner, and wow your audience on and at the end of your presentation, this book shows you how Steve Jobs nailed it in each and every time he brings forward the fruit of his exceptional cognitive power for the world to see. And it doesn't matter if you are a novice presenter or already in line of the pros in the speaking field, Carmine Gallo made it a book that anyone can enjoy.

Inside Steve's Brain, Expanded Edition
By Leander Kahnev

If you want to be the thinker like Steve Jobs, you know which book in a pile you should get. This book by Leander Kahnev takes on the out-of-the-ordinary personality that has made Steve Jobs deliver incredible results. In here, you will gain clear vision of the egomaniac, a sociopath, a Zen Buddhist, a music mogul and a business mastermind that the late Apple CEO was. The expanded edition includes another chapter that takes on the issues related to Jobs' battle with pancreatic cancer.

Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different
By Karen Blumenthal

A journey to the core of the complex and illustrious mobile entrepreneur is where the critically acclaimed author Karen Blumenthal will take you with this book while at the same time exploring the advancement of computers. It aims to expand your sight of knowing Steve Jobs only through his greatly admired lines of innovative products. From the mobile game changer's adoption history up to his prolific achievements, you get to see a balanced portrait of it all here.

There are numerous books about Steve Jobs you can come across online of course. But any of the books above is definitely worth a starting point.

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