Mark Zuckerberg’s Top 10 Rules For Success

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He’s an American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur.

He’s best known as one of five co-founders of the social networking website Facebook.

He’s the chairman and chief executive of Facebook, and his personal wealth, as of July 2015, is estimated to be $38.6 billion.

He’s Mark Zuckerberg and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

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1. You get what you spend your time doing
He was captain of the fencing team. In college, he was known for reciting lines from epic poems such as The Iliad.

2. Get feedback
He began using computers and writing software in middle school.

3. Make mistakes
He enjoyed developing computer programs, especially communication tools and games.

4. Only hire people who you would work for
By the time he began classes at Harvard, he had already achieved a „reputation as a programming prodigy“.

5. Make a change in the world
Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dormitory room on February 4, 2004.

6. Learn from the people around you
The group then introduced Facebook onto other campuses nationwide and moved to Palo Alto, California shortly afterwards.

7. Build a really good team
In 2007, at the age of 23, Zuckerberg became a billionaire as a result of Facebook’s success.

8. Give the very best experience
The number of Facebook users worldwide reached a total of one billion in 2012.

9. Care the most about it
Since 2010, Time magazine has named Zuckerberg among the 100 wealthiest and most influential people in the world.

10. Social bonds are critical
Zuckerberg receives a one-dollar salary as CEO of Facebook.


28 Kommentare


    inspirational,feedback, im deciding to give up with no funding @thetoyboxonlinestore :faceboook

  2. Facebook staff is racist against anything topics on black issues they
    will unfairly block you if you say or comment on it.

  3. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    We love Jim’s work but his team would prefer you check him out at For any other suggestion, it would be great if you could post your request under the comments of this video: Top 10’s – Who Should We Profile NEXT – if more people would vote or like your request and there are available videos/clips, we might do a Top 10 rules video for it. Much love. #Believe 🙂 #BTA604 Shine

  4. Dor Fayna sagt:

    Please make Video of Jim Rohn the best mentor in the world

  5. Zuck’s 5. „Make a change in the world“ is the same as Donald Trump’s 2. „Don’t do it for the money“. Listen to the statements. The difference is that Trump does it for happiness and self improvement while Zuck tries to project altruism. We all know that altruism is sugar honey ice tea because one inherently gains a „good feeling“ and expects it – opposite of altruism. I like Trump’s idea better. It’s a lot more realistic.

  6. Entrepreneur Mind sagt:

    By Psychology Mark Zuckerberg learned people and by Computer Programming he learned Machine. Then he connected people to people with machine. We believe that for the Entrepreneurs, having command on these two simple secrets is fundamentally important.

  7. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    We profiled him already, you should check it out. Here is the link: Evan also had a talk with him, there’s a lot of good stuff in that video as well. Be sure to check it out as well: Thank you for watching! I hope that you’ll like the videos. 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA597 Luka

  8. ASHWIN K S sagt:

    Hello!!.. Do a video about Lewis Howes!!..

  9. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for watching and for the comment Baldeep. Glad you found it useful. 🙂 #Believe #BTA583 Shine

  10. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thank you very much for your suggestion but it would be great if you could post your request under this video: more people would vote or like your request and there are available videos/clips for it, we might do a Top 10 rules video for it. Much love. 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA582 Luka

  11. Baldeep Birak sagt:

    Great points. Care the most stood out for me most. Useful point for young businesses.

  12. Please make a video 10 rules for success of Chan juckerberg.thanks

  13. I want to you to keep almost all the rules of every successful person

  14. Thanks very much for your all of videos

  15. Belajar Online sagt:

    part 2 please…. 😀

  16. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂 Yes…we must learn from others. #Believe #BTA569 Shine

  17. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Yes…we should keep learning from everyone. 🙂 #Believe #BTA568 Shine

  18. Mango Azo sagt:

    learn from the people around you

  19. Grace MacVey sagt:

    Rule # 1

  20. Leonora Dompor sagt:

    I am part of your team Mark Facebook!

  21. AlbShadoW sagt:

    Thanks to you, that you shared this video with us. You are doing great job.

  22. Evan Carmichael sagt:

    Thanks for the comment and for watching AlbShadoW. 🙂 #BelieveNation #BTA450 Shine

  23. AlbShadoW sagt:

    He’s good example that programming knownledge can do wonders!

  24. Хосе Э. sagt:

    Veritosophy, fisrt of all, there are stupid people who use a stupidity such as Facebook, but it doesn’t mean everyone who uses FB is stupid. Zuckerberg is not a stupid guy. 🙂 The reason that FB is a stupidity consists in what people publish and how FB uses user’s data. Obviously there are people who know how to use FB well. 😉

    Sencondly, my comment has two unrelated points. 1) FB is stupid and 2) there are other sites as FB with different „10 rules“ and others with the same.

    Thirdly, I agree with you, but I mean, rationally speaking the 10 rules doesn’t work as a RULE, it’s a matter of luck. I’ve been following Facebook since 2006 when it was a impopular site unlike MySpace and other sites. Illuminatis LOL…

  25. Veritosophy sagt:

    Mark, that is obvious and true. It’s something new to the environment and people need to learn to adapt just like every other new thing in history.

    Эпсилон И, „a stupidity“? why? and what does that have to do with 10 rules for success?
    I think it’s generally people who are really stupid and in self-denial that blame success on things like luck and even ‚illuminati‘.

  26. Хосе Э. sagt:

    I think Facebook is a stupidity. Succes in this kind of things is a matter of luck. There isn’t such a „10 rules to succes“.

  27. I’ve got this new idea or term I think that is causing a lot of depression in the world and it is called D.I.D which is termed Digital Isolative Depresion, where people isolate them selfs using a digital device or sat in front of a computers all day and losing contact with real people, friends and their community. I feel Fb is a contributing factor to D.i.d as it makes people to lazy to phone or visit their friends because everyone is looking at status updates to catch up on friends! I think Mark suckerberg has stolen real relationships TBH and I think it needs to corrected and get back to real community! What you think?

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