The Myth of Disabilites Part One: Story of Steve Jobs

We seem to have this distorted view of ourselves. Our brains and society prefer conformity. This is good, that is bad. What if I told you that those same "bad" qualities are the reason you're good at something else? That your success in one activity is the reason you struggle in another. Throughout the next few posts we'll discuss just that and it's potential for performance. Let's start with one of most influential men over the past 50 years.