They were both different. Not in a cliché sense but in the sense that they were willing to be bold in the way that they thought of reality and what is possible.
They were willing to push themselves and believe in themselves to achieve what they wanted to do. Nietzsche actually formulated this into what he called “the will to power” and what he meant is that life is about striving to achieve what it is that you believe should be achieved. He marshalled the will to power as this basic essence of our life, and he felt that we had lost this essence in society. He felt society had become dull, people had become too conditioned by the education system and by the societies they lived in, and what we needed to do was to unleash this will to power inside of them and to go out there achieve what they wanted to achieve. This is exactly what Steve Jobs did. Through his bibliography, we know that he had that will to power. He went out there to fight for what he thought was right. And in the process he ended up transforming the way we live all around the world. This takes us to the third point because the consequences of the will to power leaves you with 2 choices:
Make sure you understand what’s the right path for you.