Your Time is Limited, So Don't Waste It
In his 2005 commencement address to Stanford University graduates, he shared major events that shaped his life - put up for adoption at birth, dropped out of college, supported himself by saving 5 cents deposits on Coke bottles, got fired from the company he started, and found out he had liver and pancreatic cancers.
Today, Steve Jobs, who's less than 60 years old, is bowing out of the world's no. 1 technology company, to spend the rest of his life in "wiser" ways. The greatest lesson, Jobs said, is that "your time is limited so don't waste it."