Steve Jobs, Bucket Lists and Finding Your Passion

I watch YouTube.

Do you watch YouTube?

There is some rubbish on there (and plenty of it) but there are also a few gems.

One of my friends and colleagues Stateside, Terry Brock, puts out a weekly video blog on good stuff related to his niche which is relationship marketing or as he says “It’s about R commerce, not E Commerce”.

He also syndicates his videos on You Tube.

His most recent video was called “Your Bucket List and Relationship Marketing”.

Terry Brock and “The Bucket List and Relationship Marketing”

It struck a particular chord with me because….well it just did.

The Bucket List is that list of things you want to do before you die.

It is what you are passionate about…it is what you love to do.

In it he talks about the (now famous) Stanford University address given by Steve Jobs in 2005 and of course the film called “The Bucket List” starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson.

He talks about finding your passion and helping others too as part of that passion.

Rather than me wax lyrical about Terry’s video, watch it for yourself and take from it what you will.

I have also taken the liberty of adding the YouTube video of Steve Jobs Commencement address (well worth watching). You can find the trailer of “The Bucket List” on Youtube.

Enjoy and I hope this inspires you as it has me…..


Steve Jobs’ Stanford University Commencement Address 2005

Here’s the Transcript of this speech