本文将讨论Twitter联合创始人杰克•多尔西(Jack Dorsey)的生平，他最近创办了the Square。
多尔西成长于天主教家庭，拥有天主教的所有信仰。他是一个相当内向的人，他的父母鼓励他学习他生活中想学的任何东西。他曾短暂地从密苏里科技大学(Missouri University of Science and Technology)辍学，这与许多同样从大学辍学、创办公司的企业家类似。多尔西的父亲在一家制造公司工作，这家公司要求他从一个城市搬到另一个城市，这让多尔西对城市地图产生了兴趣(Bilton, 2014)。这个家庭虽然家境殷实，但属于中产阶级，生活方式也更为正常和脚踏实地。这个家庭在社会文化地位上是成功的，因为它受到了同龄人、多西父亲的家人和朋友的尊重。
Entrepreneurs are the growth engines of many countries due to their initiative of taking the first step of inventing an idea and then converting it into practical implementation in the market. The idea generated usually becomes successful when it is able to solve a problem or deliver a solution to a particular problem in the market through which users or the citizens are able to derive utility by using the product or services.
This essay will discuss the biography of Jack Dorsey, who is the co-founder of Twitter and lately has founded the Square.
History, development, and growth of Jack Dorsey
Role of Dorsey’s family, his socio-cultural background in the development
Dorsey was raised as a catholic child and had all the beliefs of a catholic religion. He was quite an introvert and was encouraged by his parents to learn whatever he wanted in his life. He was a drop out from the Missouri University of Science and Technology for a brief period, similar to many entrepreneurs who also dropped out of college and found their companies. Dorsey’s father worked for a manufacturing company which required him to move from one city to another and made Dorsey develop a fascination with maps of cities (Bilton, 2014). The family was well set but a middle class one, and the lifestyle was more normal and grounded. The family was successful in its socio-cultural standing as it was respected among the peers, the family and friends of Dorsey’s father.
The simple background and sound value system gave Dorsey a chance to explore more than what was available. With a lot of moving, he developed a good thirst for knowledge and how real time communication is required by many retailer, taxi drivers, and fleets of vehicles, which led him to the eagerness of developing something for their utility.