Tim Cook is one of the most successful people on the planet, and he swears by his daily routine. Tim Cook, the billion-dollar company’s CEO, has indicated in interviews that he starts his day before 4 a.m. In a new chat, he revealed the logic behind this behavior.
Cook recently told the Australian Financial Review that there are no distractions in the early hours of the morning. As a result, he has greater control over the early morning period than the others. He went on to add that as the day goes on and work becomes more stressful, things happen that “blow you off track.” He stated, ” “You have the morning to yourself. Or, to put it another way, the early morning is yours.”
Cook has admitted to waking up really early in the morning. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed in a January 2019 interview with a prominent newspaper that he usually gets up before 4 a.m. every day. He starts his day by going over emails from Apple customers.
In a recent interview, the CEO elaborated on this approach. Cook said in an interview that he reads hundreds of customer emails first thing in the morning, according to reports. He admitted that he couldn’t read them all, but that the emails kept him in touch with his clientele and their needs.
Cook’s routine hasn’t changed much throughout the years. He has previously stated that he enjoys spending early morning hours reading user comments and various feedback forms in order to focus on “the external individuals who are so important to him.”
Cook previously claimed in an interview that this hour of reviewing Apple customer feedback is followed by an hour of exercise.
It’s no surprise that the CEO of the world’s largest technology firm has to be in shape, but Cook’s new reason for his early entry into ordinary life makes more sense.
Apple and Cook are gearing up for the next big event, which is scheduled for September. Apple is expected to introduce four new iPhone models, as well as the Apple Watch and a few iPad variants. The 2021 iPhones are expected to be released around the second week of September, despite the fact that no exact date has been chosen.