That’s just one of a few interesting (though possibly already obvious) tidbits uncovered in a 1991 FBI background check on Steve Jobs.
Why is it that so many people can’t get things done? (The key is…the same old organization and prioritization)
Across the board, we’re inundated with information – emails, vmails, RSS feeds we have to get to, Facebook posts we have to “like,” LinkedIn requests we have to respond to.
Not to mention meetings, voice conferences and everything else. So, who has the time to just plain work?
We all know people like them, people who seem to know everyone. They’re always able to help — or if they can’t, they know someone who can. You meet them for the first time and in 15 minutes, you’re talking with them like you’re childhood friends. They’re successful, smart and funny, with a likable touch of self-deprecation. And they’re interested in everything.
Over the weekend, I saw Point Blank, a French action thriller about a nurse at a Parisian hospital whose very pregnant wife has been kidnapped and will be killed unless he delivers to the kidnappers a thief who’s a patient in the hospital.