Co-founder of Apple Inc. Steve Wozniak recently spoke at the 29th annual Christus Spohn Lyceum in Corpus Christi, TX. The event happened earlier this year on April 25, and the proceeds from the function directly benefitted the Level II Trauma Center planned at Christus Spohn Hospital Shoreline. During his talk, Wozniak discussed his success story of how he came to arrive at the great place in his career. In addition to that, he talked for a little while about future goals such as his new goal of getting to Mars sometime in the near future. One of the things that he emphasized to the audience is that a person has to think about impossible things in order to figure out ways to reach or accomplish them.
Wozniak is the co-founder of the Apple Inc. in which he and the late Steve Jobs managed to bring to life together. The two of them met during college and became an instant hit, which led them to the design of some of the first apple computers. Wozniak left the company full-time in the late 80’s, but to this day continues to be a part-time employee while he peruses other ventures as well. He goes around the world and speaks at numerous events, and he is also a college professor too.
Wozniak recently spoke at the 29th annual Christus Spohn Lyceum in Corpus Christi, TX a few months ago. It was a very memorable talk and he made sure to share some very profound words of wisdom.