After the sad passing of Steve Jobs in 2011, many people debated the future of Apple under his successor Tim Cook. But with a strong work ethic and brilliant marketing, he has shown that almost anything is possible. 

Of course, Tim & Apple have both performed exceptionally well. Having now surpassed the $1 trillion market cap, Apple have become the world's most valuable company in the history of business. 

Don't give a f*ck what others think. Believe in yourself and perfect your craft. Anything can happen.

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