Do you own an Apple product? If you don’t have one, guarantee you have thought about buying one. Steve Jobs really did change the world. Starting his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 21, was also the beginning of something phenomenal, for him and everyone else. From the innovative (designed solely by Steve Wozniak) Apple I computer in 1976 to the iPad 4, and iPhone 5 today, technology is at the forefront of everything we do. What a life, that ended to early, aged 56. This man never abandoned his vision, often labelled as the “Father of the Digital Revolution”. We can all learn from him. Genius.
Going to the theatre, always sparks my imagination. Just saw a play about a relationship between an actor who met a girl and she wanted to be an actor too, or did she? Storytelling told by one man, which then interwined with a young woman, who he bumped into at a nightclub, then matters of the heart followed. How many times have you met someone and wanted something more? Being a playwright and writing material about the psyche, of the disposition of both men and women, in the beginning of a relationship, is fascinating. Even more intriguing, in the rehearsal room. Marriages in New Zealand are declining and divorce is increasing apparently, within 2-3 years of wedlock? I know so many people who prefer to remain single. Are we now just accepting disposable relationships as the norm, possibly hesitating to explore something more? Never give up on love, or yourself.
“If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on.”
– Steve Jobs