This past Sunday, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was interviewed on 60 minutes. If you didn’t happen to see it, I’ll give you a link in a moment where you can watch it online.
Definitely worth watching, especially if you use Facebook (you do, don’t you?) or saw the move “The Social Network.” (Highly recommended.)
The 60 minutes interview lets you reconcile what you saw in the movie with how Mark is, in real life.
Beyond that, though, two things stood out to me that I think are very much worth talking about, because there are important messages in there for both you and me.
During the interview, Zuckerberg was asked how he would rate himself as a CEO.
But Mark didn’t answer that question, because I think he would have had a conflict over which of several answers to give (and because he probably didn’t want to sound too arrogant on TV).
If he were to be candid about his answer, he’d say that