Learn from Mark Zuckerberg and apply these 10 rules for success for your next project.
When I checked my email on my iPhone for the third time this morning, mind you it’s not even 10 am yet, I said, “Man, another 8 emails!” I try to keep my inbox close to zero. I know, crazy right? It is possible though. As I started to delete (and unsubscribe) I noticed one from YouTube that stood out. Did the subject line grab my attention? No! In fact, I didn’t even see the subject line until I wrote this post and had to go back to reference it.
The subject line read “Kristen Sarah: Who are you? And more videos.” If I would have read that first, I would have just deleted the email. There was a reason I didn’t go that route. The fact that I had been deleting emails and this email automatically opened, revealing Mark Zuckerberg was no accident. As I looked back through the email this of Mark which came from Evan Carmichael was not even close to the top of the email. In fact, it was 8 videos down, listed under “Recommended.” That’s when I knew it was no accident I came across this and it is no accident I am sharing this with you.
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Here are Mark Zuckerberg’s 10 Rules for success thanks to Evan Carmichael:
- You get what you spend your time doing
- Get feedback
- Make mistakes
- Only hire people who you would work for
- Make a change in the world
- Learn from the people around you
- Build a really good team
- Give the very best experience
- Care the most about it
- Social bonds are critical
What are your “rules for success?” Share in the comments below!