If there's a common complaint I hear in the business world, it's that there are too many barriers to success. The cranky guy in the next cubicle farm has an attitude and won't let you excel in your job
Out with the foosball tables, in with mandatory vacation. When you think of startups, there’s a good chance you picture a tech-chic frat house: clusters of Mac monitors next to vintage foosball tables.
For Steve Jobs, the answer was straightforward: Being able to change the world, or "poke life," as he put it in one interview. "Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact and that is everything