Even engineers who stood up to him, if they had a basis for standing up, Steve showed them respect.
I think Apple goes out of its way to try to enhance his reputation and safeguard the "great" Steve Jobs. Steve was not a nice "people person".
I meet a lot of CEOs who are, and they don't have these kind of reputations and stories about their background. Think about this: What would Steve Jobs' legacy be had he been nice to everyone and still have sold great products, which is totally possible?
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But his personality settled in around aged 18 to 23 and it stayed for life. It really almost never changed. So, his way of acting that way and not caring what other people thought about him - which lets you be nastier than you would have been otherwise - that was right there at the start of Apple. All of a sudden we had a bunch of money, Steve saw the chance to have power - which he always wanted in his life - and he ensured he was always involved in the power even though he hadn't really ever created the product or had a [prior] executive job to qualify him for the title.
That was when his personality changed from being the nice prank-playing joking person that we'd go to concerts with, to all of a sudden everything had to be super-serious and super-business and you couldn't fall behind anyone else.
I saw that change, I was there during those days, and from then on Steve wasn't the person he'd been before we had started Apple. But I would point this out: he ended up with a wife and a family and a home.
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He spent a lot of time there and had good relationships with his family. So, he did manage to have a side of his life that kind of didn't matter so much [to him] when he was younger and starting to get rich.
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