Steve Job’s Secret.

Via David Romanelli
on Apr 17, 2012
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Beautiful Moment of the Day

Steve Jobs was a once in a generation type genius.

He had access to a clarity, knowledge, and inspiration that some would describe as an astrological phenomenon:

“Every generation yields but a few ‘pure geniuses,’ as there are but a few and far between watershed moments in our collective evolution.

“A genius is channeling universal truth in a way that expresses a new phase in the development of humanity.

“Genius is the rare ability to translate seemingly coincidental events into unique and massively influential innovations.”

Steve Jobs sensed that he had access to what the yogis call the collective consciousness.

And he took measures to solidify his link to this superconsciousness (i.e. taking LSD, walking barefoot, gaining clarity through austere diets).

Watch the above brief video and you might be inspired to get out of your own way and let the universe flow…


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About David Romanelli

David "Yeah Dave" Romanelli has played a major role in pioneering the modernization of wellness in the United States. He believes wellness and feeling good is so much more than fancy yoga poses, green juice, and tight-fitting clothes. Dave launched his career fusing ancient wellness practices with modern passions like exotic chocolate, fine wine, and gourmet food by creating Yoga + Chocolate, Yoga + Wine, and Yoga for Foodies.  His work has been featured in The Wall Street JournalFood + Wine, Newsweek and The New York Times; and his debut book, Yeah Dave's Guide to Livin' the Moment reached #1 on the Amazon Self-Help Bestseller List. Dave's new book launches in Fall 2014 from Skyhorse Publishing. Check out his new show Yeah Dave! brought to you by Scripps Network, the people behind The Food Network, Travel Channel, HGTV, and more.  He is a current contributor to Health Magazine, Yoga Journal, and various other publications. Discover more about his journey on


13 Responses to “Steve Job’s Secret.”

  1. John says:

    Steve Jobs got the idea for the Apple iPad when he saw an IBM Thinkpad and decided to "borrow" the concept. His genius, if we call it that, was strictly in marketing, not invention or innovation, and it's not really the kind of consciousness I'm seeking.

  2. cit1 says:

    To isolate his genius to a seemingly erroneous claim regarding one single product out of several that changed entire industries is a shallow objective with grim substance. What's your innovative justification for everything else he accomplished in his career? It certainly wasn't limited to the iPad, even though that product alone changed the industry in a way that the IBM THINKPAD never could. Jobs most certainly did have a level of mental clarity and a keen ability to channel his focus and energy on certain areas of his life.

    Thanks for the article David

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