Lessons From Steve Jobs

  1. Products succeed because of tradeoffs, not perfection. Most people viewed Jobs as a perfectionist. In reality, he revolutionized industries with tradeoffs, not perfection. Redefining what matters most by definition requires de-emphasizing features considered essential by conventional wisdom. The leading smartphone in 2007, for instance, optimized for executives, battery life, and tactile…

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