How has Steve Jobs managed to become successful despite dropping out of college?

Where did Jobs go to college; when did he dropout? Do you believe that sometimes you don't need a college degree to succeed in life? What is the true definition of "success (you can talk about yourself here)?" Bill Gates is kind of like Steve Jobs too; is it creativity? Also, how is Steve jobs idiosyncratic? What does that word mean? Can't wait to read your answers!

Asked By: Dude - 1/29/2010
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Except for 'instant fame' (for example, Susan Boyle and similar), success requires a lot of time and effort. On average, it takes seven years to become an overnight success. Steve Jobs and his partner put in a lot of time building computers in the family garage (or equivalent). Bill Gates did as well... More
Answered By: Peter B - 1/29/2010
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Steve is the Thomas Edison of our time. 6 syllable words and where he went to college don't mean squat.
Answered By: HillClimber - 1/29/2010
you can have all the education in the world. that doesn't mean you gonna be successful. success is determined by how hard your work for it. you really don't have to finish school because learning is a everyday process. your talent and determination will help you succeed. success doesn't have a time limit. i'm writing a... More
Answered By: Darrell - 1/29/2010
There are several college dropouts out there making billions .. Bill Gates, Michael Dale, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, etc..
Answered By: bshrestha - 1/29/2010
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