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Dorsey emphasized that "Twitter is what's happening" and that the company should strive to "deliver a better Twitter faster than [people] thought possible," according to a copy of the memo obtained by Bloomberg.
Dorsey does not mention the potential sale of the company, according to the memo.
"We can do this!" Dorsey wrote.
A spokeswoman for Twitter declined to comment to Bloomberg.
Shares of the social media have whipsawed in recent weeks amid news of a potential sale. The stock shot up more than 21 percent in September after CNBC reported that suitors included major technology companies like Google and Salesforce.com. Twitter shares plunged more than 11 percent on Monday on a report that some potential suitors were no longer interested in making a bid.