Apple CEO Tim Cook on the most important lesson Steve Jobs taught him

Apple CEO Tim Cook always talk about the important role of co-founders Steve Jobs play in his career. In a recent interview, Cook talked about the life lessons Jobs imparted and the one that stood out the most.
‘The joy is in the journey’
Cook says he’s always “usually thinking about the next thing, and always putting off the fun until the next thing happens.” The next thing, Cook said, never happened. Jobs, Apple’s CEO said, taught him that “joy is in the journey”.
In an earlier interview, Cook had said that Jobs was “the best teacher I ever had,” before adding, “those teachings still live on, not just in me, but in the entire team.” people at Apple.”
Meanwhile, Cook recently wrote a letter to a 17-year-old boy from Maharashtra. Smit Metha, from Maharashtra, fell badly while walking with friends to Lonavla. Metha fell into the valley and didn’t take her iPhone with her. He broke his ankle but was lucky enough to wear an Apple Watch Series 7. He decided to write to Apple CEO Tim Cook and narrate his story in an email. To his surprise, Cook replied to his email and wrote,


I’m glad you’re on your way to recovery. It sounds like a terrible accident. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us.

I wish you a full and speedy recovery.

The best,



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