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Early Career of Steve Jobs

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Early Career of Steve Jobs

 

 

Jobs creativity in monotony:

Steve was a young person who escaped the college of his early life .At the young stage of life drug was taken by him. He was interested to be the monastic and at that time he came India to trip. But everything was full of monotony to him. He recognized that ‘a Successful Steve job is made by monotony.’

 

 

In 1974 , Jobs took a job as a technician at Atari, Inc in Los Gatos, California.While he was the student of Reed college then India was visited by him to the Neem Karoli Baba, at Kainchi Ashram in search of spiritual enlightenment .

When they got Neem Karoli ashram, it was almost deserted as Neem Karoli Baba had died in September 1973.Then they went to the another ashram of Hariakhan Baba.Here Jobs spent a lot of time on bus rides from Delhi to Himachal Pradesh and back.

 

 

After staying seven months Jobs returned to the US ahead of Daniel Kottke. Then his head was shaved and wearing Indian Clothing. At that time , Jobs experimented with psychedelics, calling his LSD experiences ‘’one of the two or three most important things he had done in his life.’’

 

 

He also became a serious practitioner of Zen Buddhism, engaged in lengthy meditation retreats at the Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, the oldest Sōtō Zen monastery in the US, considered taking up monastic residence, and maintained a lifelong appreciation for Zen. He later said that people around him who did not share his countercultural roots could not fully relate to his thinking.

 

 

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