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Mark Zuckerberg: You Win by Being Faithful to Your Purpose

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Mark Zuckerberg has been the world’s youngest billionaire. Mark is also the co-founder and currently the CEO of the world’s largest social media website, Facebook. Became a skilled programmer when he was only 12 years old.

That ultimately got him into the Harvard, and in his sophomore year at the college he invented Facebook in his dorm.

Mark Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 in New York to a well-educated and middle class family. His father, Edward, is a dentist while his mother Karen is a well known psychiatrist. Mark grew up in Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Mark Zuckerberg shares few Facebook success secrets that have made him what he is today and he wouldn’t be a success story without them.

Dream and Don’t Give Up – Mark Zuckerberg

All the people who have become successful in life always have some set rules and secrets that they think are most important for their success. In the eyes of Mark Zuckerberg, the successful internet entrepreneur,  the most crucial thing for you if you want to become successful  in your life is never to give up. This might be the best piece of advice anybody can ever give you, but people always seem to forget this during their life struggles.

"When you start a business you begin a journey, a process. This process has a beginning and an ending and between the beginning and ending lays a lot of challenges. You will win only if you remain faithful to the process".

Mark Zuckerberg emphasizes on the fact that you should always have something to dream about in life. “You should have a vision and passion for life, ” he says, “And that will give you the enough courage and strength not give up on your dream,” he concludes.

Most people think Facebook was just created in a day and became an overnight success. Not true! Actually Mark Zuckerberg dreamt about it for years and started working on it at Harvard. He got the friends he needed for the project, who encouraged him as they worked hard  together to get it done.

Always Think Big and Start Small, It Pays

The social media entrepreneur believes that, whether you have money or just living on the street, it doesn’t cost anything for thinking big. Thinking big broadens your horizon, propels your vision, reminds you of the  potential you have, and helps you to converge all your talents together to achieve your dream.

The CEO admonishes us to believe in ourselves, but most importantly, we should also be prepared for the worst in pursuing our dreams  since we  never know how situations will turn out on this journey. “Start at a relatively smaller level, so if you do have some hiccups on the way it wouldn’t hurt your dream too much and you can always bounce back,” he says

Taking Risk is Necessary: People who are just average and afraid of any small damage in their life never become extraordinary. Success without the element of risk involved, is boring and dull. Without risk and uncertainly, the world would stand still. Mark is a huge risk taker himself, Facebook too was a great gamble. As he left college to harness his brain child, anything could have happened but he believed in himself.

Staying Focused: When it comes to entrepreneurship, staying focused is of prime importance.

Mark Zuckerberg said, When you start a business you begin a journey, a process. This Process has a beginning and an ending and between the beginning and ending lays a lot of challenges. You will win only if you remain faithful to the process.

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The Editorial Staff at The Business Frontal is a team of writers dedicated to bringing seasoned news stories and how-to business articles to our readers and patrons to help maximize their entrepreneurial potentials.

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