Then you come to Cook’s epiphany, which he said came too late in life, in his upper 30’s. He shared it in one compelling sentence.
“And at some point, you recognize the reason we are all here is to help somebody else –that is the sole reason we are here.”
Cook went on later to add, “You’re here in service of other people, it’s not about you.”
Not going to lie, always thought Tim Cook seemed like a good dude.
Well, we certainly can’t say we weren’t warned. After all, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has hinted for months that his new pickup truck will look like nothing we’d seen before, from this brand or any other.
That’s for sure.
FlightNetwork is a Canadian travel website that set out to make a comprehensive list of the world’s 50 most beautiful cities, ranked by travel bloggers, writers and agencies. Of course the aforementioned cities made the list. But in the interest of fairness, we’ve picked out the most unusual and less-acclaimed cities that deserve their own space in the spotlight.
Next time I get to vacation over in Europe, I’m putting a few of these on the list.
Now, having entered the fifth decade of my life, I can say with confidence that the titles below have significantly changed the way I think, act, lead and perceive the world around me. I currently run an executive coaching company, but had I been able to absorb the knowledge from those books much earlier in my career, I’d be even more successful today.
As a CEO and leadership coach, here are the 11 books — about leadership, success and professional growth — that I consider to be the best of the decade: