Yesterday, Oxford University announced its first start-up hub, The Foundry, would include Apple CEO Tim Cookattend for a Q&A session. The talk happened earlier today and the Saïd Business School’s YouTube channel shared the launch live.
Cook first shares how he wanted to find a job he loved, unlike seeing how his father worked at a job he wasn’t passionate about, while raising his family. He detailed how everyone doubted Apple at the time Cook was offered a position by Steve Jobs, even his friends and family. But he trusted his own intuition and took the position. Overall, Cook provides advice and insight to students, providing insight from his life lessons and what he learned from Steve Jobs.
You can watch Cook get introduced at the 55 minute mark below, the same length of the Q&A session: