The Serendipitous Benefit of Laurene Powell’s Sunflower Success

Serendipitous Success
Being in the right place at the right time to just by chance
benefit from someone else’s success

Laurene Powell planted a garden, including a bed of of sunflowers.

Laurene’s husband was Steve Jobs. Steve and industrial designer Jony Ives walked through Laurene’s garden where they admired the sunflowers and how the flowers seemed to float above the plants.

Inspired, Jobs and Ive designed the sunflower iMac with the floating screen above a rounded base. Laurene Powell’s successful sunflower bed created serendipitous success for Steve Jobs, Jony Ive, and every Apple customer who enjoyed using a sunflower iMac.

Being an iMac buyer at the right time to just by chance
benefit from Laureen Powell’s sunflower bed success

“Steve Jobs Didn’t Invent Design, But He Patented It”
NPR Staff
National Public Radio
May 13, 2012

I used a sunflower iMac for more than 10 years. I still have it.)

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A web host transfer made some posts disappear. Luckily, I copied each post and emailed it to myself. Since I alternated success and failure posts, I will have to remove posts and republish them in success and failure order. I will do this as I have time. Apologies.