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From the smallest minutia to the broadest strokes. It's all about quality.

I felt like I had a good sense for Steve Job's life and work after Walter Isaacson's biography on him which covers all the major parts of his life in some aspects more completely than this biography, if my memory serves me correctly , but Brent Schlender had a different, perhaps more intimate, vantage point from which to narrate the story of Steve Jobs.

My favorite parts of this book were accounts of the little moments in Steve Job's life that could only be spoken about by people who knew him closely. Brent Schlender went out of his way to make the case that Steve transformed from the brash, punk, capricious founder of Apple into a strong, disciplined leader, who was a good friend and a good father and husband. It is a story of change and growth, the archetype we all love, and it makes him and his story that much more endearing.

I often feel a bit sad at the end of a biography when the subject dies, as if I am losing a friend I have grown to care a lot about, but I felt especially reluctant to finish this book today. I don't want to be Steve Jobs, but I sure like his story. Would've been a thrill to know him.

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At five years it's a doorstop, but if you do your job right, what you create can last forever.Extreme Ownership. And Jobs speaks candidly, sometimes brutally so, about the people he worked with and competed against. Think Like a Freak.

As there are only so many people who knew him over many years and who also have the chops of a biographer, it is unlikely to be surpassed. MItchell Zuckoff. Mini Habits. After working with Steve for over 25 years, I feel this book captures with great insight the growth and complexity of a truly extraordinary person.