Apple co-creator and long-time chief executive Steve Jobs was nothing short of a prodigy when it came to turning Apple into one of the most innovative companies in the U.S. Started in a garage in the 1970’s, Jobs’ business savvy, persistence and ability to think outside the box turned Apple into the 3rd largest company in the history of our economy. His impressive running of Apple from the time of it’s inception as a small business, leaves other small business owners with a multitude of lessons to learn from when it comes to how they can become successful as well. The following are just a few of the business lessons we can learn from Steve Jobs:
When looking for a job, the main thing people look for is a salary which will afford them the opportunity to live comfortably in their chosen lifestyle. But these days, benefits packages and job perks have risen to the same level of importance as salary. Employees long to feel in control of their work life and appreciated by their bosses.