“Jobs” – a movie portrait of the man behind Apple Computer - has some outstanding messages for budding entrepreneurs or virtually anyone who wants to build their own successful business.

In addition to some great inspirational quotes, here are some of the insights you will see powerfully displayed – the necessity of vision, the power of passion, the value of focus, the necessity of unyielding commitment, tackling the tough decisions, ruthlessness with one’s time, the what’s and why’s of who's in and who's out, what entrepreneurs sacrifice to achieve success and how they can get it back, benefiting from failure, a model for developing your entrepreneurial attitudes, good, bad and ugly.

The movie is well worth the price of admission to any business minded person, you’re bound to see pieces of yourself in Steve Jobs. You’re even likely to emerge with a sense of which of your own characteristics you should nurture and which you should seek to expunge.

To see how other entrepreneurs are launching new businesses and expanding existing ones, also check out a free online video "Getting Rich Your Way."

Gordon Bizar

Gordon Bizar - Expert Business Buyer and Finance Coach Gordon simplifies business purchasing and financing. He makes understandable the use of financial leverage to start, buy or build any business with little or none of your own cash. His unique expertise and success track record has led to his appearances on NBC's Today Show, PBS's Late Night America along with segments on more than 120 other radio and TV news and talk shows. He has been featured in articles in more than 25 of the nation’s leading newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal. Gordon personally bought and built companies in fields as diverse as manufacturing, financial services and business education. He also served as Chairman of the California Task Force on Taxation and Regulation of Small Business during the Brown administration and is sought after as a consultant by businesses large and small and government agencies such as NASA for their technology transfer program.

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