Mark Zuckerberg, the youngest self-made billionaire in history at the age of 23, is Facebook’s Co-founder and CEO who became a millionaire in 2006 at the age of 22. He owns a liability of around $1 million at an early age which did not take too long for him to become from self-made millionaire to billionaire. Moreover, he established to rank one among the five most lavish in the world.
Mark Zuckerberg, when first launched his project, it had major competition from more than 20 similar sites, and each was in a far better position than Facebook. MySpace could boast over 5 million users, Friendster had raised USD 13 million of investments, and Google-backed Orkut.
Mark Zuckerberg is the only one among his generation who can pick easily and remembered life long. He was born in 1984 and grew up in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. His father taught him Atari BASIC Programming at the age of 12. He created a messenger, which he called “ZuckNet.” It made all the computers connected to each other and allowed to transfer messages between the house and his dad’s dental office. According to his father, Mark was “strong-willed and relentless.”
Unique Gameplan Toward Creating Facebook
Mark already knew some startup would build the largest social network in the world. He was still revolving his head over the plan and never knew this planning can create Facebook. Yet, living by his famous mantra, “move fast and break things,” Zuckerberg believed that by moving fast and breaking things through his hard work. Today, Mark and his team have successfully scaled Facebook into one of the most effective social networks that flexibly connects around USD 2.8 billion people with ease.
Committed to Excellence
Mark Zuckerberg is one of those people who truly believed in what he was doing. It takes a lot of patience and hard work along with the dedication to become a successful young entrepreneur.
With the attitude of acceptance, his approach was always ahead of taking criticism and present the better version. Not only has it been the subject of lawsuits with former founders and legal battles over information confidentiality, but facebook has also even been banned intermittently in several countries. Through sheer determination, Mark Zuckerberg and his team have remained strong in the face of adversity, being mindful of the hazards and hopeful of maneuvering around any challenge that comes their way. Not only he loves to dream big, but he isn’t afraid of taking risks.
The Future Roadmap
Mark Zuckerburg said that “Across our services there more than 100 billion pieces of content a day flowing through the systems, and we want to make sure we can define things in a precise way.” he further added “In a few years, I expect future versions of Messenger and WhatsApp to become the main ways people communicate on Facebook network.” The idea that the intimate space of messaging is the future of social networks.