9 Replies to “The Best Marketing Advice EVER by Steve Jobs | Apple Motivation Inspiration”

  1. Please please share this message with everyone make it viral don’t you believe everything he says he died giving his life to give us change in this world and did it can you change can you believe in you

  2. Watched this again – possibly more relevant in todays world than when Jobs gave this piece of brilliance: Marketing is about values. Am posting this to the Good Business community as i think it is such a powerful reminder that values lead business is “the” game. It not only is what gets us out of bed in the morning (with zip) but its what brings (and keeps) co-workers, partners and of course it is what wins customers, so we can keep doing what we do. In a more operational sense…. Listen for the snippet at 4:20 to 4:30 where he clearly identifies the physical parts of Apple (products, distribution and manufacturing) as being totally different from the rest of the industry. Hard to know if he had the clarity of vision back then about Apple retail (people experiencing the values in a very controlled way) and then his supply chain ‘advantage’ – it is hard to think he did not…. #marketing #values #ikyo 

  3. We live in a world where television personalities, advertisers, politicians and public figures manipulate and reinvent reality. Today most people honour for those who imitate others; speak like, and walk like famous people. Principle is everything. Stand for something if you get what you want in life. Have values you must bend for money or people. Be yourself.

  4. What made Steve Jobs such a marketing legend is the fact that he viewed business and branding from a humane standpoint – to understand that his products SERVE the people, not the other way around.

  5. Watched this again – possibly more relevant in todays world than when Jobs gave this piece of brilliance: Marketing is about values. Also listen for the snippet at 4:20 to 4:30 where he clearly identifies the physical parts of Apple (products, distribution and manufacturing) as being totally different. Hard to know if he had the clarity of vision about retail and his supply chain ‘advantage’ back then – it is hard to think he did not…. #marketing #innovation #ikyo 

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