Autographs of Famous Entrepreneurs | Social Media

Signature is also a little piece of art that reflects your creativity and uniqueness and well there’s no doubt that most innovative minds are those people who founded, developed and now lead the Social Media platforms! So let’s see what does their signatures mean.

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Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO, has a signature which is not his official business signature. The fully legible letters reveal his open straightforward approach to communication, and the lack of surname demonstrates his relaxed nature.

The great minds of top social networking platform has there own uniqueness, specially Mark Zuckerberg, ironically for the CEO of Facebook, his initial-based signature suggests highly private person. However, each letter is capitalized, revealing reams of confidence and a healthy sense of self-esteem.

Now let’s move to the personalities who focuses on the ‘Broader Picture’, Kevin Systrom (Instagram). The large capital letters dominate Kevin’s signature, and betrayer hint of arrogance. The missing dot over the letter ‘i’ reveals that Kevin prefers to look at a broader picture rather than focusing on minute details.

And in the end to complete the streak we have, Reid Hoffman ( LinkedIn), the extreme upward slant of Reid’s signature demonstrates a fierce ambition, and a tendency to plan for the future. The slashed dot over the ‘i’ betrays his impatient nature, and suggest his spends much of this time on the go.

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Author: Simmy Singh

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