C.E.O Of Apple Tim Cook Share Advice Of Steve Jobs

Steven Paul “Steve” Jobs was born on February 24, 1955. He was an inventor and an IT entrepreneur. He was the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple. He inspired millions of people all around the world by his inventions.

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There is no doubt that none in Apple can take his place. He has given us the best of best’s in technology and products. He is unforgettable, Though he is gone, we all have his spirit running in us as motivation to do anything, For taking risks which we couldn’t have taken in our life’s.

He always helped people in many ways also he inspired many to believe in themselves. He always advised taking risks is necessary if they are good at something. He helped many in accomplishing their goals. Recently in an interview with the current CEO of Apple Tim cook, with Washington post.

The CEO talked about the legacy of steve and all the job experiences. In 1998 cook joined Apple, During that time cook realized that this was his last opportunity to work in Apple. And to work for the creative genius(jobs).

After almost six years later after job’s death, cook finally spoke about the relationship with jobs in a candid interview. He said “Among his last advice he had for me, and for all of you, was to never ask what he would do,” Cook recalled in an Oct. 19 speech at Apple headquarters. “‘Just do what’s right”, He said.

And then cook talked about it briefly in an exclusive interview with the Washington post he said the best advice he ever received was “to be myself, to just be myself”. The people who met steve were always the lucky one’s because most of them talked about him telling he advised to remove that self-doubt which keeps us down from doing anything in which we are good at.

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