Steve Jobs' business career is remarkable by any standard. His ability to go from boy wonder co-founder of Apple Computer, to Chairman and CEO of Pixar, to the largest individual shareholder of The Walt Disney Company, to ousted executive who returned to save Apple and turn it into a seemingly unbeatable brand, is simply amazing. While he made plenty of mistakes in his youth, he matured into a very successful businessman with some profound thoughts on business success. While Jobs’ ideas are applicable to broader business, upon close examination they seem tailor-made for the financial advisor in particular. 

“Connect the dots.”

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