How can I send Mark Zuckerberg a message he will read?

How can I send Mark Zuckerberg a message he will read?

This is a question on quora.com. It’s a matter of natural interest because Mark is a multi-billionaire in charge of one of the biggest companies in the world. Millions of people would like to reach him for one reason or the other

Mark’s social status and the scale of his daily responsibility are key to the answer to the captioned question. If he wanted to respond to everyone with an interest in contacting him, it would be impossible, ineffective and inefficient.

So what’s the answer? It’s not primarily about ‘how‘ to send him a message. The first question is’what’ to send him. It’s what you send him that determines the best way how.

The economic allocation of time requires Mark’s time to be allocated to matters of importance to his mission, otherwise he would not cope.

The value of your message is the first factor that will carve a path to him.

The truth is that there are people you are trying to see now and they are not paying attention because both you & the matter you are pushing is not valuable enough to them.

This is not a reflection of the target being a bad or good person. Everyone has a responsibility to manage their daily budget of 86,400 seconds.

If we assume the best of character, that your target is not arrogant – your difficulty to reach them is explained by value.

You might want to pause for a moment & stop chasing certain people, realizing that you have a much larger task before you.

What is the larger task? Improving the value of your time by making yourself and your agenda valuable.

You are seeking them because their time is scarce and valuable. When you meet with them, they are exchanging their valuable time in exchange for yours. How much is your time and the ideas you are exchanging worth? A valuable man with a valuable idea carves a path into the audience of greatness.

Proverbs 22:29  Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men. 

Proverbs 18:16  A man’s gift maketh room for him, and bringeth him before great men.