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Success Story Of Mark Zuckerberg

Success Story Of Mark Zuckerberg
Success Story Of Mark Zuckerberg

Success Story Of Mark Zuckerberg

Struggle, hard work, and determination are the ingredients of success in life. Edison is an example of hard work and success. He attempted 1000 times to make a bulb, of which 999 were the fail attempts. What if he got disappoint after few attempts, obviously no one would be aware of him and his inventions. The way of thinking makes a person is worthy of a position. Edison used to say that he discovered 999 methods not to make a bulb instead of dismaying. This article will explore the success story of Mark Zuckerberg.

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Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg is a billionaire, a programmer, in addition, an entrepreneur. He is known as the co-founder of Facebook.  Facebook is a social networking site that gives a new life to networking and touching the new heights in the field. But expelled from the university for taking more interest in social networking sites. Who knows, then one day, it would be a source of social networking around the globe.

“Simply put: we don’t build services to make money; we make money to build better services.”

He titled Time’s magazine person of the year in 2010. In 2018, Mark’s wealth was estimated at 55 billion dollars. He donated 45 billion dollars at the birth of his daughter, Max.

“People don’t care about what you say, they care about what- you build.”

Mark Zuckerberg born 14th may, 1984, in a humble family to a dentist father and a psychiatrist mother in Network. He showed his intelligence in his childhood through the development of different games as he has a keen interest in programming since then. At the age of 12, he Programmed a messaging program, “’ Zucknet,”’ used by his father and family for communication. Then, Mark Zuckerberg got admission at Phillip  Exeter Academy to study literature and classics. But he took his love for programming alive. He successfully developed a music software Pandora which he named synapse.

Companies like AOL and Microsoft offered him to buy and hire him, but he didn’t show any interest. After graduation in 2002, he secured admission to Harvard University. It was at Harvard that he built a program known as “Course Match” to help students for selecting classes and created “Facemask”  for fun purposes to compare a picture of two students and allow students to vote for them on the basis of attraction. By that time, three of his peers gave him an idea to work on a networking site of Harvard Connection, but he backed out because he was working on his own social networking site.

“I’m here to build something for the long-term. Anything else is a distraction.”

Facebook:

Zuckerbook took the idea of Facebook from yearbook at Phillip Exeter Academy and discussed it with his co-founders at his dormitory. Initially, it was available for Harvard students only. When Mark and his companions saw its popularity that made it available for other students.

Ultimately, they created the site to allow people networking among them by creating and sharing their accounts with others.  By June 2004, Mark dropped off from university and devoted himself entirely to the development of Facebook. In a very short time span of 11 months, Facebook became successful in getting the 1 million users.

“You are better off trying something and having it not work and learning from that than not doing anything at all.

IN 2005, Accel Partners ventured with Facebook and invested $US12.5. Since then, he is regularly working on the improvement of the website to grab more and more users. Mark initiated start-ups like the education foundation and cofounder of the Solar Sail Spacecraft development project. He is amongst the world’s richest people and according to Forbes, his net worth is 67.3 billion USD.

 

Though there came many ups and downs in the life of Mark Zuckerburg, he never gave up. As a result, he is now at the place that one can only wish for.

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