Being able to communicate with the AfterLife could be one of the biggest breakthroughs since the beginning of time. Having a reliable means of communication could change the planet and shape the future of man kind. We could communicate with great leaders of the past and get their suggestions on how to achieve world peace, reduce famine, stop war, etc.

Why Do I Want To Be Able To Talk To Steve Jobs?

Why Do I Want To Be Able To Talk To Steve Jobs?

Steve Jobs was one of the most influential people of our time.  Wouldn’t it be great if he could run Apple from the AfterLife?

Steve Jobs co-founded Apple, and developed the Apple Lisa and the Macintosh.  He was forced to leave Apple in 1985 during a power struggle for the company.  The new management of the company brought it to near bankruptcy.

Jobs was brought back to Apple, and by 1998 had the company back to profitability.  Over the following years Jobs oversaw the development of the iMac, iTunes, iPod, iPhone and iPad.  By 2011, Jobs had turned Apple in to the most valuable publicly traded company in the world.  He has been referred to as a “futurist”, a “visionary ” and described as the “Father of the Digital Revolution”.  Since his death near the end of 2011, many have questioned Apple’s future and the companies valuation has fallen.

Now, begin to imagine if we could talk to Jobs in the AfterLife.  He could act as consultant to the company and again lead the way with his own very unique and innovative ideas on products, marketing and user experience.  We could take this one step further and hope he is in a place where he can finally brainstorm with some of his equals like Einstein and Tesla.  Perhaps together they will come up with the iComm, the worlds first inter conscious communication device between the living and the AfterLife!


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