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Publisher's Summary

If Facebook were a country, it would be the third largest in the world. Facebook accounts for one of every seven minutes spent online. More than one billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook.

There’s no doubt about it. Mark Zuckerberg’s creation has changed the world. Literally. Facebook has singlehandedly revolutionized the way more than one-seventh of the world’s population communicates, engages, and consumes information.

If you run a business or plan to start one, you’re probably asking yourself the same question organizational leaders worldwide are asking: What did Mark Zuckerberg do right?

At long last, the answer is here. Think Like Zuck examines the five principles behind Facebook’s meteoric rise, presented in actionable lessons anyone can apply - in any organization, in any industry. Written by social business trailblazer Ekaterina Walter, this groundbreaking audiobook reveals the five “P”s of Facebook’s success: Passion, Purpose, People, Product, Partnerships.

©2014 McGraw-Hill Digital (P)2014 Ekaterina Walter

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Ego-Inflated Biography

What disappointed you about Think Like Zuck?

The book reminds me of the recordings in the Bioshock games when they talk so highly of Andrew Ryan, thus painting him as a god. If the book was objective, it would have made it a 5-star book. Objectivity would make the book much more credible. Making Zuck into a god just makes it harder to see through the BS.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Think Like Zuck?

The book discusses numerous goings-on in the life of Zuck and how he thinks about business. While there are a lot of valid points in the book, it's difficult to know the level of importance that the author places on each point as the book reads too much like a glorification of Zuck. It's performed the same way.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Donna Postel?

I'd cast someone who doesn't make it sound so scripted.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Think Like Zuck?

Don't cut anything. I want to hear everything in the book where it relates to the storyline.

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