Transcript for Inside Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh's Unconventional World
She sure did. Right now we'll meet one of the more unusual bosses, Tony Hsieh, CEO of zappos worth a billion dollars but you would never know it based on where he lives and Rebecca Jarvis shows us. I love him. Reporter: Meet the most unconventional boss in America. By some estimates worth nearly a billion dollars, 41-year-old Tony Hsieh, the CEO of online shoe company zappos could live anywhere. But he's choosing to live here. In this 240 square foot trailer in downtown Las Vegas. Bed is down here. There's a shower, bathroom. Reporter: Inviting our cameras in exclusively to show us around. This is your workspace. Yep. You are definitely different than your typical billionaire CEO. I care a lot more about experiences than stuff. Reporter: Introducing us to his neighbors. ? We could write ? Reporter: Including his pet alpaca Marley and four chickens. A bunch of us decided to move in for a week and then we enjoyed it so much that we decided to Scary because nobody knew what was going to happen. Reporter: But for those who stayed, persons like this, employees can give each other $50 bonuses for good work. I have about eight of them that I've earned. Reporter: It's such a great environment. You want to be here even on your day off. Reporter: If shoes aren't your thing, don't worry, they're not Tony's either. You have four pairs of shoes including -- Pretty much, yeah. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Rebecca Jarvis, ABC
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