Tim Cook gave his commencement address at the George Washington University’s graduation ceremony.

During the ceremony, Cook talked about a number of topics including providing advice to the recent graduates, his first meetings with Steve Jobs and how Jobs taught Cook that you can make great changes in the world whilst being successful, stating that you should never have to choose between “doing good and doing well.”

Cook also talked about his childhood in Alabama during the commencement, discussing his childhood interest in technology and politics.

He then finished off by taking a picture of the crowd with his iPhone, walking away with his new honorary doctorate for public service.

You can watch the full video of the speech below.

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