This entrepreneur finally got his university diploma


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(Editorial More than a decade since he started to study in Harvard University, Mark Zuckerberg, known for creating one of the most used social networks in the world, graduated and was the one in charge of giving the speech at the ceremony.

This entrepreneur finally got his university diploma

This entrepreneur left his studies the same year in which he created Facebook, in order to continue and firmly establish his project, nevertheless and more than a decade after its entrance to the prestigious university, the creator of one of the largest social platforms of the world returned To the buildings where this millionaire idea emerged in 2004 and until now received his university diploma.

In his speech, he recalled anecdotes such as his first day of school, how he met his current wife and how he created The Facebook, as it was called at first his social network but beyond that, focused his speech on what he considers As the most important thing in life: to help people find their purpose.

The recent graduate posed three ways to create a world where all human beings have a sense of purpose: 1) to carry out large projects together, 2) to redefine equality so that all are free to pursue their purpose, and 3) to build community in everything the world.

"I'm here to tell you that finding your purpose is not enough. The challenge for our generation is to create a world where everyone has a sense of purpose, "he said.
Zuckerberg reported that he had contacted young people in prison and drug addicts, who told him that they would not be in that situation of having dedicated themselves to something with a purpose.

"The purpose is that feeling that we are part of something bigger than ourselves, that we are needed, that we have something better ahead to work. Purpose is what creates true happiness, "he said.


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