I've seen this posted to Linkedin:

Now this makes you think!! .....10 years ago, a student at Harvard invited 5 people over to his dorm room to discuss a business opportunity. Only 2 of the 5 people showed up. Today those two people are Billionaires: Dustin Moskovitz $9.9 Billion and Eduardo Saverin $5.8 Billion. And the guy they met that night? None other than Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, whose current net worth is: $35.7 Billion. There's nothing more expensive than a missed opportunity

Sounds like an imaginary story to me! Did three people turn down this meeting? Did this event even happen?

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    The "imaginary" part of that seems to me that 2 out of 5 people would randomly decide to fund a person in a dorm room. Not only "lost opportunities" can cost money, but also engaging in an opportunity that you should stay away from.
    – xLeitix
    Mar 29, 2017 at 17:16


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