‘I wake up… I work… I sleep’, Elon Musk told how the day passes?

‘I wake up… I work… I sleep… I work… this goes on for seven days’. These things have been said by Elon Musk, the world’s richest person. Since the purchase of Twitter Elon Musk remain in discussion. He is the richest person in the world. The reason behind this is that he is the owner of some of the biggest companies in the world. Tesla CEO Elon Musk owns five companies, including Twitter. Prior to Twitter, Musk was managing Tesla, Neuralink, SpaceX and their cosmetic brand ‘The Boring Company’.

At the same time, now with Twitter, he has the burden of five companies. Apparently Elon Musk has become a very busy man now. This is the reason why he has now told the world how much work he does to handle five companies. Actually, on November 4, the Ron Barron Conference was held in New York City, USA. Elon Musk also participated here.

At the event, Musk revealed that he has been working 120 hours a week since his purchase of Twitter. This means that he works for about 17 hours every day.

Elon Musk used to work for 80 hours before

During the interview at the Ron Barron conference, Elon Musk said, 'My workload used to be 70 to 80 hours every week, which has increased to about 120 hours. Now I sleep…wake up…work…then sleep…then work…this goes on for seven days a week.

Actually, Musk is giving all his time to Twitter right now. But he said that once Twitter is on the right track, he will focus his full attention on Tesla and SpaceX.

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big changes in twitter

After hesitation, Elon Musk has finally bought Twitter for $ 44 billion. Elon Musk has made many big changes since buying the social media platform. First, he showed the top management of Twitter the way out. This includes CEO Parag Agarwal, Policy and Legal Chief Vijay Gadde and Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal. Apart from this, he has announced to charge $ 8 per month for maintaining the blue tick on Twitter.

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