TMobile CEO John Legere Pens CookbookBusiness Manual

first_img T-Mobile announces free device upgrades whenever you want with Jump! On …T-Mobile aims to redefine its ‘broken, stupid’ industry with… Stay on target While high-profile tech execs testify before Congress and plan future trips to Mars, one brassy boss has remained curiously quiet.Perhaps because he’s been busy writing a book.T-Mobile today released a new lifestyle tome by Un-CEO and first-time author John Legere.AdChoices广告“#SlowCookerSunday: Leadership, Life, and Slow Cooking with CEO and Chef, John Legere” (that is the actual title) features 52 of the businessman’s favorite slow-cooker recipes—shared weekly on his Facebook Live show.“I’ve been inviting everyone into my kitchen for more than two years now, and the best part is live engagement with everyone who tunes in,” Legere said in a statement. “Viewers have been asking me for a cookbook, and in business, I always say ‘Shut up, listen, and do what they tell you.’ So I did.”Proceeds from “#SlowCookerSunday: Leadership, Life and Slow Cooking with CEO and Chef, John Legere” go to Feeding America (via T-Mobile)Now you can, too: The book is on sale now for $19.99 via T-Mobile’s website and nationwide stores.“For me, “#SlowCookerSunday” is so much more than a cookbook. Sure, you’ll make incredible food with the recipes in it, get a little bit of advice, and laugh at old photos of me (in a suit!),” Legere said. “But my favorite part is that you’ll be helping feed the hungry across the country.”Net proceeds will benefit Feeding America, a nonprofit network of more than 200 food banks that feed more than 46 million people.“We are thankful for our continued partnership with T-Mobile,” Rowena Norman, director of new partnerships at Feeding America, said. “Proceeds from sales of the cookbook will help families in need create their own lasting memories around the kitchen table this holiday season.”Legere puts it all on the table in new book that offers recipes, advice, and personal musings (via T-Mobile)And what says “it’s the holidays” louder than an eccentric millionaire? His ex-con billionaire friend, Martha Stewart.The domestic diva penned a foreword for the hashtag-titled text, admitting that “I have gone through this book with a fine-tooth comb and … it’s pretty good.”“I like it because it’s more than just a book full of great recipes for cooking,” she said. “It’s also a primer for all of us who want some great advice on how to be a great CEO and a successful entrepreneur.”With chapter titles like “Don’t Be a Chicken” (tips on making bolder moves at work and in the kitchen, as well as non-chicken recipes) and “Get Comfortable Being You” (guidance for becoming “your authentic self,” alongside comfort food recipes), there is a little somethin’ somethin’ for everyone.More on Geek.com:T-Mobile Thanks U.S. Military With New Wireless PlanT-Mobile and 20th Century Fox Announce Deal for Cheap Movie TicketsMake a Meal of These 11 Real Sci-Fi Recipeslast_img

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