If Steve Jobs was to be a politician, what would have been his achievements and contributions?
Entrepreneurs have a difficult time transitioning into politics. They're use to calling the shots and putting their stamp on things. If someone doesn't follow instructions they will shout; "You're fired!"
Politicians on the other hand have to compromise to get anything done. They have find out what the other guy wants or needs in order to gain his support. Personally speaking I don't believe Steve Jobs would have been a good politician. Various biographies have painted him much more like a dictator than a compromiser.
It was (his way) or the highway!
Thanks. Do you think he would have made a well known dictator?
Another point : Do you mean to say that the politicians world over have same qualities?
The effectiveness of politician will depend on how their government is set up. For example in the U.S. we have three separate branches: The Executive/President, Congress, and the Supreme Court as a form of checks and balances. Persuasiveness helps
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