Every year, people make resolutions. These resolutions are most of the time broken and forgotten. While a handful of people tend to follow it throughout the year. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is also one of those who had made a New Year resolution. On Wednesday, January 04, 2017, Mark made a resolution to meet all real life people in all states of the U.S. by the end of this year.
Back in 2016, Mark made a resolution to more than 300 Miles. He made to his words and ran 365 Miles. Further back in 2015, he resolved to read at least 20 books. This time too, he kept his word and read 25 books that year.
“After a confused last year, my expectation for this dare is to get out and communicate to more public about how they are working, living, and thinking about the upcoming time,” Mark mentioned in a post on Facebook.
As he has already spent significant time in other states, it will take Mark to visit 30 states by the end of 2017 to complete his challenge.
“By conducting the trips across the U.S., he is sure to strengthen the rumor that he would someday like to get elected for political office,” said a report according to the sources.
Facebook was widely condemned post-US elections for distribution of false news, political misinformation that privileged Donald Trump, the President-elect.
Mark mentioned that globalization and technology have changed the people to be connected and productive but for many, it has made life full of dares.
Let us see, if Mark is able to complete his resolution or not.