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Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook. He is the person responsible for turning an idea into a billion dollar company. The person had a goal and believed in it regardless of the obstacles. Once, when Yahoo wanted to buy Facebook, he was the one who denied the offer and the whole world thought that he had made a mistake. However, he proved them wrong!

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He worked hard to make the company grow. Facebook is similar to the previous social networking websites but, there are a huge number of new features on Facebook that you will not find on other social networking websites. It is this uniqueness that makes it so popular around the world.

He was only 23 when he became a billionaire. He is among the 100 richest and most influential individuals all around the world. In the year 2010, a movie was made on how Facebook was found by Zuckerberg and how he struggled through the lawsuits that were filed by others in his group.

Everyone makes mistakes; however, you can only undo those mistakes if you turn them into opportunities instead of wasting your time whining about them.  Mark Zuckerberg, himself, admits that he has also made a lot of mistakes on his journey. Nevertheless, he did his best to transform those mistakes into opportunities for making his company grow.

Moreover, never ignore the small details of your projects. Zuckerberg did the same thing. He never let a small problem pass. Instead, he looked for solutions and fixed it.

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Facebook’s worth is $35 billion at present and is expected to further grow in the coming years. People can learn a lesson from the story of Mark Zuckerberg that they should never give up. They should always believe and work hard to achieve their goals. They should be ever ready to face any challenges that come in their path.



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