Who is Sundar Pichai?
Sundar Pichai is not only the name but the well known name of the world. Do you know he is indian. A pure indian who completed his study from IIT Kharagpur. Then, after IIT he went to America Stand Ford University. He accepted in an interview that his flight ticket for first time was equal to his father’s salary. He is CEO of Google and Alphabet which is parent company of Google.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s Breakfast
According to Times of India, Google CEO Sundar Pichai replaced former Alphabet and Google founders last 2015 and has been the acting head that manages the daily processes and activities within the company. Having a massive responsibility takes a great toll on the body, and with this, an important breakfast is needed to jumpstart the day.
Pichai revealed that he is not a morning person, but begins his breakfast and morning routine as early as 6:30 or 7:00 in the morning. The Google CEO’s day begins with reading the news with the Wall Street Journal and has a physical copy delivered daily to him for his morning literature, despite being the most important person in an internet company.Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s Breakfast.
Breakfast is dubbed as “the most important meal of the day” especially as it is the first course of food that people would ingest, starting their day for the massive activities and workload coming forth. Food is known as natural fuel to the body, is converted to energy as it is ingested by our body, and helps in replenishing lost ones due to daily activities.
Several breakfast guidelines are released by nutritionists, doctors, scientists, experts, and the like, but ultimately, it still would depend on what the body is accustomed to, and what is most pleasing to them. Most recommend the ingestion of massive carbohydrates and fruits in the morning, but for some, they opt for the “ketogenic” diet.
Mr Pichai also drew a comparison between how he “grew up without much access to technology”, and the children today who have access to “computers of all shapes and sizes”.
“I grew up without much access to technology. We didn’t get our first telephone till I was ten. I didn’t have regular access to a computer until I came to America for graduate school. And, our television, when we finally got one, only had one channel,” said the chief executive officer of Alphabet, the parent company of Google.