When something is disruptive enough, you have to persist to see it come through.
Zuckerberg has a reputation for being persistent and determined in his leadership of Facebook, now known as Meta.
First, despite the weight and size of the sum, he believed the company was undervalued while negotiating exit options with Yahoo. This was compounded by the persuasion of many individuals to see him take the deal. Meta is now worth tens of times what Yahoo wanted to pay for it back then.
When he established the news feed on the Facebook network, he made another noteworthy move.
That feed caused a lot of problems for a lot of individuals, and it didn’t make sense given what was available on the market.
Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, thought the feature could be revolutionary, and it is now the standard in social networking platforms.
On a recent podcast with Gary Vaynerchuk, he made the subtitle comment.
Zuckerberg believes that if you believe something has the potential to be disruptive despite obstacles, you must see it through.
His belief’s consequences aren’t so far-fetched.