Keep imagining. But great ones aren't. Go read:
Touched with Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament by Kay Redfield Jamison
The Outsider by Colin Wilson
The Price of Greatness: Resolving the Creativity and Madness Controversy by Arnold M. Ludwig
EDIT to add: Why Jobs stood out is because the closest equivalent to what he was is a film director. But business is not set up to hand out accolades like Hollywood does. So instead of everyone learning who did what in Apple -- as with film we find out about sound editors, foley artists, etc, etc. -- we just get the face of Jobs.
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