5 things you can learn from the lives of Mark Zuckerberg and...

5 things you can learn from the lives of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates!



There is a reason that lives of these personalities is admired by so many people across the globe.
Some even consider them the modern day’s superheroes but the reality is that all of these personalities are humans and they do have their battery-down moment. They overcome their fears every day in a fashion that needs to be admired. They take away from their life lessons is – Conquer your fears, to become the best, just like Bruce Wayne. 🙂

Here are the five things you can learn from their lives.

  • Power of Public Speaking

Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates have publicly accepted that they were shy and loathed public speaking. These personalities once had the stage fright. Yes! Shocking it is. But the key takeaway from how these personalities transformed themselves is what we can learn from them. They would not have become the personalities they are today if they had not imbibed themselves with confidence and articulate themselves in front of others.

  • Power of Leadership

Being a leader is a choice that weighs much more heavily than just being a boss or starting a company. Being humble and nice to the people around you is what leadership is. They study, listen, and sacrifice to make sure the people who follow are continuously inspired, motivated, and rewarded for their efforts. Warren Buffet always said that while climbing the ladder of success don’t forget the people who helped you make that ladder.

“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” -Warren Buffett

  • Fear of Competition

The bigger you get, the more likely that someone will come gunning for you. So many people ignore or dismiss potential competitors only to be later surprised and sometimes killed in the battle. These people respect and study their competition. They create long-term strategies to differentiate in ways competitors can’t follow easily.

“Success is most often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” -Coco Chane

  • Taking charge of Time

They always have a scheduled calendar. They understand the importance of time and accept the fact that time is one of those things that they can’t control, it is a constant and is allocated to everyone equally. They try to harness its power through productivity and efficiency. Time Management is one of those things that forms an integral part of their lifestyle.

  • Controlling the Self

Everyone knows his or her own demons best. These personalities commit time and effort to know and improve themselves. They know that the only person who can pull them down is the one hidden inside them. They take out time to introspect themselves.