1. Mark Zuckerberg

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    2. Why You Shouldn't Be an Entrepreneur

      ... business idea on the side. Bill Gates started his software company and became the richest man on the planet. Mark Zuckerberg built a website with user’s photos and became the largest social media site ever. Musk has his...
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    3. How the Best Entrepreneurs Find Power in Their Purpose

      How the Best Entrepreneurs Find Power in Their Purpose
      ...'s easier to waste time when you don't know what your "why" is. Speaking at a D8 Conference, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says: "I've always focused on a couple of things. One is to have a clear direction for the com...
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  2. Quotes

    1. We've held a few Townhall Q&As over the past few months.
      In Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
    2. If you count the time I'm in the office, it's probably no more than 50-60 hours a week.
      In Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
    3. Even if you don't have the ability to travel somewhere, or to be with someone in person, or even if something is physically impossible to build in our analog world.
      In Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
    4. Just like we capture photos and videos today and then share them on the internet to let others experience them too, we'll be able to capture whole 3D scenes and create new environments and then share those with people as well.
      In Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
    5. I think net neutrality is important to make sure network operators don't discriminate and limit access to services people want to use.
      In Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
    6. I would only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person.
      In The Secret to Building a Company Like Facebook, According to Mark Zuckerberg
    7. It's a utility to increase information flows, where you can express yourself and meet the people around you.
      In How Mark Zuckerberg Became an Icon: 5 Key Lessons
    8. What I'd say around messaging is we're pretty early in that cycle. We're where Facebook was in around 2006 or 2007.
      In Mark Zuckerberg: Instagram and WhatsApp Are Facebooks in the Making
    9. A lot of people were telling us, OK go put banner ads in.
      In Mark Zuckerberg: Instagram and WhatsApp Are Facebooks in the Making
    10. If you go back five years, sharing on Facebook was mostly text. Now the primary mode people use to share is photos. I wouldn't be surprised if in the future that shifted more and more toward videos.
      In Mark Zuckerberg: Instagram and WhatsApp Are Facebooks in the Making
  3. Quotes about Mark Zuckerberg

    1. I had always had this perception when you start up, you had Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg, who didn't finish college and basically at an early age got lucky.
      In Local App Competitions Fuel Tech Startups
    2. A lot of 20-somethings who think about starting a company are trying to make a bazillion dollars quickly and be the next Mark Zuckerberg.
      In Turning Passion Into Profits: From Playing Games to Playing for Profit
    3. Mark Zuckerberg was 19 when he founded Facebook. Larry Page and Sergey Brin were 23 when Google popped into their heads. Bill Gates was only 20 when he founded Microsoft.
      In Are You Too Old To Be The Next Mark Zuckerberg?