The youthful stage is a period where many young people display a lot of exuberance towards life. The adolescent stage is just too exciting. No wonder many young people make so many mistakes at this stage of their life. This period is filled with a lot of enthusiasm about the things of life.
Mark Zuckerberg, the young and famous owner of Facebook, once discussed with a group of up-coming entrepreneurs at "Y Combinator’s Startup School in Palo Alto", telling them that it is risky not to take chances; especially in a world that is changing constantly.
Have you ever wondered why successful people are very few? This is because the road to success is not always easy and only a few people who are ready to endure till the end become successful. Life will never give you what you want but what you deserve and that is why you must start working and stop wishing alone.
Wealthy people that plan to donate their fortune to charity instead of giving them to their children
Many people would naturally will their fortune to their children or wives before they pass on as they hope that their children might use it to continue from where they stopped. However, there are other people, multi-millionaires at that, that think otherwise. These wealthy people have revealed that they wouldn't be giving their money to their children if they leave this world and their reasons might sound strange to you at first.
Image Credit: Google Where the rich focus their attention towards attracts wealth to them because it determines the direction of their lives. They focus more on creating wealth by expanding their asset. These are four things that captures the attention of the rich. MORE STREAMS OF INCOME
It's an interesting concept, dropping out of school since there are now famous dropouts who happened to become quite successful. Dropouts such as Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, and perhaps a large number of others who cannot be mentioned. This few decided school isn't their calling and that they would rather do something more, something interesting, so they dropped out from one of the most prestigious schools of all time, Harvard.
Reno has said that people should dress the way they like only when they have become rich. He pointed that people should not bother about luxury when they are still struggling to survive. Reno frowned at the way some young people dress casually and they still struggle to put food on the table.
So, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of the giant tech company, Facebook, who also bought and added WhatsApp and Instagram to his conglomerate of businesses some years ago, has announced another interesting feature that will be available on WhatsApp platform. The CEO said on Monday 19th of July that WhatsApp launched "joinable calls" among its features.
As a good number of us are aware, no one is safe from cyber-related attacks, and a lot of individuals we look up to, mostly the ones we tag as celebrities, are no exception. In order not to bore you with so many words, below are 5 celebrities whose accounts were hacked by internet fraudsters:
There's a popular saying that the day you stop caring what other people think of you is the day your life begins. Many people tend to discard some of their greatest ideas because they care too much about what people will say. Moments ago, popular author and human rights activist Reno Omokri posted a tweet in which he expressed his opinion why you should do what you want without thinking of what people will say.
The business must decide or lose as it faces opportunities and problems daily. Facing critical conditions that require optimizing for higher gains or negative situations that must be minimized through appropriate decisions to reduce loss poses challenges to the business. It is challenging because most decisions face a high level of uncertainty.
The Chairman of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, made the list of Billionaires in the Bloomberg’s Billionaire’s ranking published recently. He was the only Nigerian on the list with a total net worth of $17.8B Dangote was ranked 118 among 500 billionaires listed.
Facebook is one of the most used social networking website across the globe which allows for easy interaction between and among individuals, content sharing and viewing, live video streaming and advertisement of products and services. It was created by Mark Zuckerberg and has over 1 billion users worldwide.
Mark Zuckerberg is the co-founder of Facebook and currently serves as its Cheif Executive Officer, Chairman and controlling share holder. He is also a co-founder and co-CEO of Chan Zuckerberg Initiative with his wife, Priscilla Chan. The 37-year-old American can be described as an Internet Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.
Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, has fallen further down on Forbes real-time billionaire ranking. Gates, who was once the world's wealthiest man and more recently the world's fourth-richest man, has slipped to fifth place. He is now worth $129.6 billion, according to Forbes, just a little less than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The co-founder of Facebook Mark Elliot Zuckerberg has announced a new feature that he will launch on WhatsApp. This has generated mixed reactions from people all over the world. The American media magnate, internet entrepreneur, and philanthropist revealed that starting from today, a new feature known as "Joinable calls" Will be launched on WhatsApp.
Mark Zuckerberg has often said that he initially created Facebook as a platform to allow Harvard University students to connect with each other, and later to allow the world to communicate digitally as well, at the touch of a button. But even Zuckerberg, the genius that he is, while coding in his bedroom, may not have predicted the impact his creation would have years later on James Mwaura's family in his small hometown of Molo, Nakuru County.
The popular American media magnate, founder of Facebook, internet entrepreneur and philanthropist; Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, took to his official Facebook page to share a post, stating how he sets to reward Facebook and Instagram content creators. In his post, he wrote thus: "We want to build the best platforms for millions of creators to make a living, so we're creating new programs to invest over $1 billion to reward creators for the great content they create on Facebook and Instagram through 2022.
A group of people has demanded that Facebook should also be banned after Twitter was banned. The group submitted their petitions to the Ministries of Justice, Information, and Culture demanding that Facebook should be banned in Nigeria. The people who advocated for the ban on Facebook gave some reasons why the social media should be banned.
Facebook is one of the social media applications that enable people to communicate and equally sell their goods and services. Just a month after Twitter was banned in Nigeria, a group has called for the ban of Facebook. They went to the Federal Ministry of Justice to submit their petition.