Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” ― Stephen R. Covey
When it comes to running a company, 3 is indeed a powerful number.

When asked, “Where are you taking Facebook?” he gives the following answer:

“There doesn’t necessarily have to be something more, a lot of people are focussed on taking over the world, doing the biggest thing, getting the most users.

#stickers hoarded at tech conferences found home in meg’s tab purple cover. @.@ 
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#stickers hoarded at tech conferences found home in meg’s tab purple cover. @.@
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So, if you or you know someone who’s going into some rough times emotionally and mentally, get him or get yourself into sports. It helps. Don’t go out talking about your worries over a few rounds of beer. The hangover doesn’t help and you’d be stuck in a routine. Try running. Or, if you think you’re not physically able, try walking at first. It doesn’t have to be at the track oval. Just walk. Sometimes, positive ideas just pop up in your head while you’re running. Believe me,
I’ve came up with some of my memorable column pieces while running. And if you’re girlfriend/boyfriend left you, getting into running will help remind you that there are a lot of options—better and sexier ones—out there.
Passion does not breed mastery. Mastery breeds passion. As Scott Adams, creator of the cartoon Dilbert, explains, it is easy to be passionate about something that is going well. It is difficult to stay passionate about something that is tough and challenging or, worse yet, proving unsuccessful.
That’s the crucial part about why he was able to do this incredibly disruptive innovative thing, because he wasn’t someone who spent any time worrying about his reputation or anything like that.
The notion of a career has changed. Whereas we used to have a career ladder, now we have a career jungle gym.