Ways I Have Changed the World

I like to think of myself as a global citizen. From water projects in Africa to garment projects in Central Asia, I've done my best to revolutionize how people interact every day
  1. Created the iWatch, 2007
    Jon Ives and I created the idea for an Apple wearable after a night of raw cane pomegranate juice and free-trade cocaine use. Steve told us that the idea would blow too many minds, and didn't want to take away attention from the newly created iPhone.
  2. Revolutionized Coffee Ordering, 2009
    I was the first one to ever ask for a miniature frappucino at Starbucks. You're welcome, world.
  3. Discovered Carly Rae Jepsen, 2011
    On one of my many trips to Vancouver, I came upon a delightful singing waitress at a Tim Horton's. With the help of my good friend Jimmy Iovine, we helped Carly Rae break out with her infectious single "Call Me, Maybe" (which I also wrote).
  4. Found Joseph Kony using Bumble, 2013
    Bumble, one of my many ventures, was explicitly founded in hopes of digitally tracking Central African warlord Joseph Kony. Score one for the Pivot.
  5. Created fully functional AI for use in vacuum cleaners, 2015
    Thanks to me, your Roomba now knows how to feel pain.