Steve Jobs Reverse Speech Analysis


Reverse Speech Analysis of Steve Jobs


Steve Jobs Reverse Speech Analysis

This Reverse Speech analysis is of Steve Jobs who is Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc., primary investor and CEO of Pixar, Founder and CEO of NeXT. At the time of his death of pancreatic cancer in 2011 he was estimated to be worth 10.2 billion dollars. His reversals are mainly positive and congruent and talk about overcoming obstacles. His main metaphor is, like other wealthy people, whirlwind – to flow with the energy of life.


Steve – “And so what I do all day is meet with teams of people and work on ideas and [solve problem]s, to make new products, to make new marketing programs whatever it is.” – The love force.


Steve – “The way that you make animated movies is really different than live action movies as you may know. [You know live action movie] the director goes out and shoots lots of film.” – Evil shadow want it.


Steve – “Well Walt Disney himself solved this problem decades ago and the way he solved it [was he said we have to edit our film] before we make it not after. Well how do you edit a film before you make it.” – Want to throw that by you, the sizzle.


Steve – “And one of the things I’m proudest of Pixar are, is we have a story crisis on every movie and productions rolling and their mouths to feed, and something’s just [not working], and we stop, we stop and we fix the story.” – You go on.


Steve – “And even though Pixar is the most technologically advanced [studio in the world], John has a saying that’s really stuck which is no amount of technology will turn a bad story into a good story.” – Whirlwind I loot.


Steve – “That’s I think one of the reasons why we’ve been [so fortunate] is that we get to look at our movies before we really make them.” – And they show force.


Steve – “And everybody has to make their choice and its one of the things you find out what people really care about you know, when you’re in a tough [situation and the meters running], then you find out how important they think the story is.” – He knows the demon and it shows this.


Steve – “Everything around you that call life was made up by people [that were no] smarter than you and you can change it.” – I knew it.


Steve – “I dropped out of Reed College [after the first six] months but then stayed around as a drop in for another 18 months or so before I really quit.” – Just surf with the fact.


Steve – “And [here I was] spending all the money my parents had saved their entire life so I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK.” – Soul worry.


Steve – “So you have to trust that the dots will somehow [connect in your future], you have to trust in something, your gut, destiny, life, karma whatever because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart.” – There’s grief when you panic.


Steve – “If I had never dropped out I would have never dropped in on that calligraphy class and personal computers might not have the wonderful typography that they do, of course it was impossible to connect the dots [looking forward when I was in] college but it was very very clear looking backwards 10 years later.” – You surround the wolf-eagle.


Steve – “Will give you the confidence to follow your heart even when it leads you off the well-worn path [and that will make] all the difference.” – Gamble on it.


Steve – “Pixar went on to create the world’s first computer animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation [studio in the world].” – Whirlwind it cry loose.


Steve – “Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose, you are already naked, there is no reason [not to follow your] heart.” – Will you love the fun?