Mark Zuckerberg: His business story started from creating computer games at his school years

Facebook’s net income for the third quarter of 2020 was 7,8 billion dollars, a 29% increase from the comparable quarter of 2019. Advertising revenues during the third quarter of 2020 reached 21,2 billion dollars, a 22% increase from the comparable quarter of 2019. Furthermore, according to latest data Facebook’s daily active users were 1,82 billion on average for September 2020, an increase of 12% year over year.

Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook 16 years ago with his fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. The success came immediately. Although, Facebook initially limited membership to Harvard students, soon became accessible to everyone who claims to be at least 13 years old.

Mark Zuckerberg’s programming skills were obvious from an early age. When all his school friends were playing computer games, he was creating computer games. The course of this child was seen from the beginning. This is how Facebook came about and all the success story about it.

It is worth analyzing the way that Mark Zuckerberg faces life and everyday challenges. Undoubtedly, this attitude of life shows him the way to success in entrepreneurship. Mark Zuckerberg is a successful businessman but not an ordinary one concerning his way of thinking.

Jogging is the best way starting a day. Mark Zuckerberg is one of those who consider physical exercise very important. Sometimes you will see him jogging with his dog. Of course, before leaving home for jogging he always makes sure taking a quick look at Facebook and his social media accounts. After jogging, he eats breakfast and starts work.

You will never find him worrying about what he will eat or how he will dress. If you observe him, you will see him wearing the same stuff almost every day. Jeans, sneakers and a grey T-shirt. He wants to keep his life simple and to focus only on how he will best serve this community that he created.

Zuckerberg works about 50 or 60 hours a week. He usually doesn’t spend most of this time in his office. The fact is that wherever this time is spend, is spend productively.

When Zuckerberg has not Facebook on his mind he tries to do more things for himself. After all, a good leader must always take care of expanding his mind. He learns foreign languages, mostly unusual and difficult ones and reads books. He tries to read a new book every two weeks. What else he does? Of course, he travels a lot. Mainly, with his wife and his two daughters when this is feasible.  It is no coincidence that through these trips he has personally met many international leaders. For example, Pope Francis, Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron and celebrities like Vin Diesel are some of them.

At the end of the day he doesn’t forget that he is a caring father. Every night before sleep he usually cuddles his daughters and says a traditional jewish prayer.

If you are wondering whether Mark Zuckerberg’s life is stressful or not, having to handle this business colossus, we don’t have an answer for you for sure. Apparently he does not spend time on decisions that many of us may attach great importance to, such as where we will go for dinner, what shoes we will buy or what movie we will watch at night. Also, for him, work involves the concept of offering to others, taking care of how he will develop the services he provides. He is such a young businessman, but he thinks so maturely. He is undoubtedly an example to follow.

– CEO World

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