Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive of Facebook, addressed public questions at his second town hall meeting in Menlo Park, California, among which was his conception of making mistakes. He values mistakes as he said: “If you’re successful, most of the things you’ve done were wrong.” He also thought important changes came with a few right big things. At this town hall meeting, Mark Zuckerberg addressed other topics such as Facebook’s privacy policies, social emotional reactions to post, the importance of coding skills and underage users of social media. Mark Zuckerberg also emphasized open voice by the public when talking about online discussion of public conversations.
See Vindu Goel, “Mark Zuckerberg Says Secret of His Success Is Making Lots of Mistakes”, NY Times BitsBlog (December 11, 2014).
Posted by Jiaqi Wang, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.