Steve Jobs: Lost lecture gives insight into how he resolves conflicts

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Steve Jobs is famous around the world as the founder and head of the tech giant Apple. However, not many know that the visionary left the company for a while in 1985 after an internal power struggle and founded another computer company with NeXT.

During this time, Jobs also gave many readings, including in the spring of 1992 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The man who would later develop the iPhone spoke for over an hour, answering questions on a variety of topics he didn’t address later in his career, including his leadership style, his closest competitors, and how he felt when he left Apple .

After over a decade, MIT released the video on YouTube in 2017. In case you don’t want to take a look at it all, we have selected a few highlights:

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