We’ve all heard the story of how a Harvard sophomore took an idea (or stole, depending on which side of the debate you are on) and turned it into a social networking megalith. That sophomore was none other than Mark Zuckerberg and the megalith, of course, is Facebook.
As an entrepreneur, you are not the only one who salivates at the notion of becoming a seemingly overnight success story like Zuckerberg and changing the course of history for your industry forever.
But it’s important to note that Zuckerberg did not achieve this success on his own (and, no, this is not another article exploring how he took the idea for Facebook from the Winklevoss twins). While many would like to believe that Zuckerberg was the sole mastermind behind the now multi-national corporation, the truth is that he had some help along the way in the form of advisors and mentors.
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