Steve Jobs : The Most Valuable Inventor Essay

1780 Words Nov 20th, 2015 8 Pages
Steve Jobs Journey to Success
In 1976, Steven Paul Jobs began his journey to becoming the most valuable inventor. He did not have anything handed to him; he had to work for his accomplishments like any other normal person. He created his own success without any help, other than from his co-worker and friend, Steve Wozniak. Jobs met Wozniak in high school, and the rest was history. The two founded Apple, and it changed their lives. Steve Jobs was an extraordinary inventor who had a relatively normal childhood, but grew into an intelligent man and worked through his struggles, which made him extremely successful.
Jobs’ early years were not extraordinary, but they helped shape him into the man he was. He was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California (Steven P. Jobs para 1). He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs, who were from Mountain View, California. Jobs grew up there living a perfectly normal life (Steven Paul Jobs para 2). His mother, Clara, was an accountant and his father, Paul, was a Coast Guard veteran and a machinist (Biography para 3). Jobs did not ever get too curious about his birth parents until he was about 27. He found out that his biological parents had gotten married and had a daughter after he was born. Her name was Mona Simpson, and he wanted to meet her. When Jobs met his sister, he met his biological parents as well. Jobs’ birth father was named Abdulfattah Jandali, but went by John. His birth mother was named Joanne Simpson. John was a…

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