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Then double that — at least. The narrative of his personal life builds throughout the book beginning with one distinct chapter, then another, then another, until gradually his personal and professional lives become intertwined.

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There is material on his parents, on how he came to be adopted and quite a bit, throughout the book, on his attitude to his adoption , his influences during his childhood, his emerging attitude to life, his girlfriends, his wife and his children. There is new material in amongst all of this and many, many gripping stories.

This is dealt with in considerable depth. Yes, very much so. It has been written with exclusive access to Steve Jobs and to those he has lived and worked with over the years.

However, it is by no means a whitewash. But it is not authorized, which means that it is very honest, with the truth always in its sights.

This means that his less praiseworthy attributes are in evidence throughout — as much as his qualities. One of the most extraordinary aspects of the book is just how effectively Walter Isaacson makes Steve Jobs come alive on the page.

His visionary attributes, his stubbornness, his temper, his purist instinct, his obsession with design, his focus on detail, his charm, his inspiration to others — these are all very apparent and grow as the book gets a greater and greater hold over the reader. By the time you turn the last page, you will want nothing more than to have somehow had the opportunity to have a conversation with him, to have heard him pronounce first hand on some intricacy of design or the overview of a business deal.

This is a biography, but it is also the most inspiring, most insightful business book one could imagine. Apple is such a unique organization that has excelled in almost every area through force of will, through hard work, through vision, through perfectionism and through the most canny market awareness and deal-making and breaking.

Anyone who has an aspiration or drive in whatever their career may be — in marketing, in management, in design, in technology — will want to read this book. Like some of the greatest business autobiographies - by Jack Welch or Richard Branson, for example — this book will be indispensable to anyone who cares about his or her career and who wants to do great things at work.

At the heart of this story are two fundamental questions: These are questions of both philosophical outlook and business.

Should there be open access to everything or ever-increasing control? The relations between Apple and the companies listed above show how the answers to these questions have played out over recent decades and will develop in the future. Steve Jobs has always been at the centre of this.

Easy answer. Genuinely and absolutely. Jobs had an amazingly open attitude to this.

A huge number of interviews went into this book. This was a major project for Steve as well as Walter. The book is based on more than 40 interviews with Jobs over two years — as well as interviews with more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors and colleagues.

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Then double that — at least. The narrative of his personal life builds throughout the book beginning with one distinct chapter, then another, then another, until gradually his personal and professional lives become intertwined.

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There is material on his parents, on how he came to be adopted and quite a bit, throughout the book, on his attitude to his adoption , his influences during his childhood, his emerging attitude to life, his girlfriends, his wife and his children.

There is new material in amongst all of this and many, many gripping stories. This is dealt with in considerable depth. Yes, very much so. It has been written with exclusive access to Steve Jobs and to those he has lived and worked with over the years. However, it is by no means a whitewash. But it is not authorized, which means that it is very honest, with the truth always in its sights.

This means that his less praiseworthy attributes are in evidence throughout — as much as his qualities. One of the most extraordinary aspects of the book is just how effectively Walter Isaacson makes Steve Jobs come alive on the page.

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His visionary attributes, his stubbornness, his temper, his purist instinct, his obsession with design, his focus on detail, his charm, his inspiration to others — these are all very apparent and grow as the book gets a greater and greater hold over the reader.

By the time you turn the last page, you will want nothing more than to have somehow had the opportunity to have a conversation with him, to have heard him pronounce first hand on some intricacy of design or the overview of a business deal. This is a biography, but it is also the most inspiring, most insightful business book one could imagine. Apple is such a unique organization that has excelled in almost every area through force of will, through hard work, through vision, through perfectionism and through the most canny market awareness and deal-making and breaking.Charles Duhigg.

It was a long read, but all required to understand the development of Apple and their products.

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