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A day in the life of apple's CEO | The Life Of Tim Cook

 A Day in the Life of Apple's CEO

So In today’s video, we will take a look at Inside a Day in the Life of Apple’s CEO.



Tim Cook took over as CEO of Apple Inc. on August 24, 2011, after Steve Jobs quit as the company’s founder. All eyes were on him, watching to see if his leadership style would elevate the super house or bring it down. Tim Cook appears to be the correct man and more than capable of filling the large shoes left by Steve Jobs after nearly a decade of major leadership and operational issues. He has done excellently well since he assumed office. So, let’s take a look at the daily routine of the Apple CEO. Stay tuned till the end of this video.

 Let’s dive right in. Cook is one of the most elusive CEOs in the world. He lacks the charm and enjoyment of the spotlight that other tech CEOs, such as Elon Musk, possess. Tim Cook, on the other hand, is a brilliant intellect. Under his leadership, Apple has positioned itself as a services company, with billions in revenue from Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness+, and, of course, the App Store. Tim Cook gets up at 3:45 a.m. every day while most people are still sleeping. Tim Cook’s day officially starts before 4:00 a.m. He would spend approximately an hour going over his emails. Cook once stated that he enjoys putting his first hour to good use by reading user comments and emails. He’s a self-described workaholic who starts the day by reading and responding to emails. He sends out roughly 800 emails per day.

Next, Tim Cook goes to the gym every morning at 5:00 a.m. He is dedicated to his fitness routine. Exercise, he feels, keeps stress at bay. He also credits his Apple Watch with helping him lose weight and stay in good shape. Cook uses it to track and measure all of his actions. He also loves the seclusion of an off-campus gym, where he can perform his workout away from his Apple coworkers and employees. Äccording to him, he wants to maintain a “basic amount of personal privacy.

 

 

 

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