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Steve Jobs Continues to Inspire After His Death

Steve Jobs Inspire After Death By now, most people throughout the world are aware that Steve Jobs passed away on Wednesday. While Jobs has been sick for some time, his untimely death at the age of 56 has forced many to face their own mortality while also reflecting upon all of the accomplishments that Jobs has achieved throughout his lifetime. Credited as the “Innovator of Invention,” Jobs is credited as either the primary inventor or the co-inventor of 338 technology-related US patents or patent applications. Yet, we at PlanMySite.com are most impressed by Apple founder’s commitment to excellence, his drive and his determination.

Given his success, Jobs was a highly-sought speaker at Commencements. In 2005, his address to the graduates of Stanford University contained the following quote:

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.”

Not only does this quote perfectly summarize the passion with which Jobs addressed his work, but it also perfectly describes the philosophy of the PlanMySite team. Each of us has pursued our dream, and we have all found the type of work that we can feel passionate about. It is because of our love for what we do and because of our commitment to excellence that we always strive for perfection with everything we do.

Keep looking. Don’t settle.”

These are truly words to live by. Whether pursuing the job of your dreams or trying to solve a problem for a client, PlanMySite shares this philosophy with the late Steve Jobs. When you work with our team, we hope our dedication to meet all of your needs is apparent from start to finish. We know Jobs would have wanted it that way; may he rest in peace.

 

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