Mark Zuckerberg Creates His 2015 Resolutions from Suggestions of Facebook Users

Mark Zuckerberg Creates His 2015 Resolutions from Suggestions of Facebook Users

Looks like being the founder of the largest social network in the world isn’t enough to keep Mark Zuckerberg occupied, he asked users on Facebook what they can suggest he put on his personal challenge list for 2015.

Mark Zuckerberg Personal Challenge 2015 (2)(Photo credit: Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page)

He does something like this each year. He said that last year, some of the challenges he accomplished include learning to speak Mandarin, being vegetarian (or at least try hard to reduce his meat intake), and wearing a tie every day. For 2015, he posted the following on Facebook to crowdsource ideas from users:

Mark Zuckerberg Personal Challenge 2015 (1)

Here are some of the suggestions commented by Facebook users.

Do one menial task per week. I.e. take over a shift for your janitor, someone in the cafeteria, work a shift at Starbucks. Just try to get your feet on the ground with what some people do.

Learn to cook and only eat dinners that you’ve made. A new skill and good excuse to be home for dinner.

Learn how to dance haha

Learn Arabic. Knowing Chinese and Arabic would make u a speaker of 2 of the world’s most difficult languages. Not many can do it.

Only use public transportation, carpool, walk, bike, etc. No solo driving.

Visit every single Facebook office!

Find someone who has never been on Facebook. Give them access to computer / phone / tablet and follow for the year on and off to see how Fbook changed their life and way to communicate.

Meet an immigrant family and tell their story to the public every week.

Help a child from foster home

Ban those who send Candy crush & Farmville request

Add a dislike button

Get rid of the Facebook Messenger app and bring back the normal one.

Make a baby

What are your suggestions for Mark Zuckerberg?

Share your thoughts in the comments!

Mark Zuckerberg Creates His 2015 Resolutions from Suggestions of Facebook Users






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