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Wide awake at 1:00 am!^___^

Closely watching the video interviews of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, hoping to get some important information from them on how to joggle with the intense competition in the global market. This semester, I will be taking up one of the elective subjects (global marketing) of MBA and since I'd decided to take up marketing management as a field of concentration, valuable lessons from these three world billionaires might help me a lot.

The late Steve Jobs was known for his shrewd marketing management style and so far, almost all business magazines and newspapers around the world, agreed and considered him as one of the best entrepreneurs on earth in the 21st century. Highly successful with his management and marketing techniques, Steve Jobs often left people in awe with his remarkable ingenuity, marketing strategies and the way he guided Apple Incorporated, which is considered today, no doubt, as the leader in electronic innovations. In his passing, what the world left now, is only the warm memory of his unique and one-of-a-kind business leadership.

Global marketing is one of my favorite topics in business and investment because it talks about what is the latest business trend in the international market, how it works and how everything should be managed, what's happening around the global community and how successful people, like the world billionaires I mentioned above, amassed their enormous wealth. Warren Buffet, the third richest man in the world (as of 2011), is considered to be one of the most brilliant investors in our time and he currently manages the largest investment company in the world, Berkshire Hathaway. These three people revealed what could have been the most genuine ingredients of success: Passion, Hardwork and Intuition.

I enjoyed a lot reading the remarkable stories of these people and how circumstances and opportunities helped them positioned to where they are today. Uhmmm, well, we become what we think everyday---so why not "think like a millionaire"?^___^

Meanwhile, I enjoyed watching Steve Jobs interview that I forgot the passing of time and it's now 1:30 am...ngorkk!
Steve Jobs after launching iPad in 2010. He revealed that he first conceived the idea of iPad in 2007 before iPhone but then decided to launch the iPhone first because at that time he felt people were not ready yet for a tablet

Here, Steve Jobs was being asked about the controversial privacy policy issues and the copyright issues he fiercely fought with other entities to protect Apple products

Want to know the secret? Here, Jobs revealed the secret of iPhone

Listening to the video interviews of Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates is a good relief and will most likely help me cope up with the pressure of working on the possible cases and other requirements later. These three successful and formidable Chief Executive Officers, whose leadership, entrepreneural and innovation skills are considered to be the best in the world of business and investing, are ( I should be using "was" for Steve Jobs) great personalities to look up to, indeed.

Okay, it's time for me to get some sleep. Good morning (it's early dawn already!) everyone....

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