If you haven’t seen Steve Job‘s famous Stanford Commencement Address 2005, you should. His speech tells the (now common) story of how his dropping out of Reed College during his first semester led him to follow his creativity, with no idea of what the future would hold.
During this time of creative bliss, he took random classes such as calligraphy, slept on his friends’ dorm room floors and walked miles to the Hare Krishna temple once a week to get a hot meal. He says «it was beautiful». Continue reading