Tim Cook learned the ‘visceral difference between preparation and readiness’ after taking over Apple for Steve Jobs, and it’s life advice everyone should hear
|06/17/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Tim Cook gave advice to Stanford graduates over the weekend based on his experience stepping into Steve Jobs’ shoes as Apple CEO after his death.
- “Your mentors may leave you prepared, but they can’t leave you ready,” he told the audience.
- Cook also used his Stanford commencement address to call out Silicon Valley for its shortcomings, to the tune of Facebook, Theranos, and YouTube.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook drew from his experience of taking over the tech giant after the death of Steve Jobs to give some life advice to new read more >>>