It's as though the Beatles, instead of breaking up in 1969 after only five years together, had kept on writing and recording and performing new songs at the same level of creative intensity and productivity for three decades.
As soon as I heard about Apple Computer, I wanted to work there. Early on, I fell in love with the beauty of the engineering and its brash young cofounder, Steve Jobs. And, as a young gay person, I was more than thrilled with a logo that featured a rainbow in the Apple.
Everyone knows who Steve Jobs was. Maraachli was the toddler who died five months after his parents fought the Canadian medical system to give him a tracheotomy so he could leave the hospital and die at home.
Steve Jobs changed the world, and his genius, vision and innovations greatly impacted and inspired our world of sports. The Leonardo da Vinci of our time had such a profound impact on society in so many ways. And the sports world greatly benefited.
Steve Jobs' clarity of vision and connection to sublime creativity has touched lives everywhere. My hope is that our next generation of leaders can be similarly inspired by their hearts and intuition, and then put that inspiration into action to live fully and to change the world.