The man who changed the way people connect to each other across the globe leads such a simple life that one hardly believes he is one among the richest persons in the world. Founder of social networking website Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has everything to live a lavish lifestyle, but he chooses to keep it simple with his choices.
Zuckerberg does not like to waste time in deciding everyday things like what to wear or what to eat. He can be seen casually donning the same tee, hoodie, jeans, and sneakers at most of the occasions, unlike other tech CEOs who prefer to appear in designer suits.
He with his wife Priscilla has also been caught eating in different restaurants and cafes during his trips. Instead of spending time on such less important stuff, he prefers thinking and working to serve his community in a better way.
Though, Zuckerberg owns the world’s most popular social network; he keeps balance in his life. Not only he manages a company worth $500 billion market capitalization but also spends time with his family. He even went for parental leaves after the birth of his daughters like any other doting father.
Last stop at Harvard. Priscilla and I went on our first date at Burdick's for hot chocolate almost 14 years ago. Now we have a daughter who drinks our hot chocolate for us.
He is the father of 2 girls named Max and August. He even shares his life events on his FB page often just like millions of users on this platform.
Carousels have gotten a lot more awesome since I was a kid.
Here is a clip of his daughter Max he shared a few weeks ago.
I can't believe Max is already on skis.
Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday, November 26, 2017
Many people assume that he must own a fleet of most luxurious cars, but he drives a Volkswagen hatchback. He likes to walk with his dog Beast in the morning. He also likes to read a lot, and last year he made a resolution to read a new book in every two weeks. Inspiring, isn’t it? Exploring new places and meeting with different people is another habit of this tech mogul. He is also popular for his philanthropic acts.
Above all, he has decided to donate 99% of Facebook shares during his lifetime. Being the CEO of the company, he only takes $1 per year as his salary.
Because of his simple habits, sometimes he is also termed as the poorest rich man.
Some more images of Mark Zukerberg’s Personal Life:
A family of vikings, a sheep and one adorable little dragon.
Taking paternity leave to spend time with our growing family.
Most important meeting of the day. #LeanInTogether
The joys of fatherhood. Stretching after a long swim and bike. Max tries to stretch like dad and kicks me in the face. Beast gets jealous and sits on my head. And one more coming soon!
You can really get this 78-year old tractor moving. They've kept this tractor in the family for four generations.