Elon Musk claims he has too many things on his plate and works seven days a week
- Elon Musk claimed that he has too much work.
- At a virtual Q&A at the G20 Summit, Musk said he works from “morning to night, seven days a week.”
- Musk described himself previously as a “nanomanager” who is obsessed with product-related issues.
Elon Musk has a lot to do.
In a virtual interview at the G20 summit in Indonesia on Monday,Musk spoke about how his workload has changed after the $44 billion acquisition by Twitter.
Musk stated that his workload had increased significantly in recent months. Musk stated, “I have too many things on my plate, that’s for sure.”
Musk, who is also the CEO at Tesla, spoke about Tesla’s global operations. He noted that he manages Tesla’s electric vehicle manager “with great difficulties.”
“I’m working the absolute most that I can work — morning to night, seven days a week,” Musk said in the interview, dressed in a traditional Indonesian batik shirt. Musk said that the amount of torture he does to himself is “next level,” he added.
Musk said that Musk’s workaholic ways weren’t “something I would recommend.”
Musk has spoken out many times about his extreme work methods.
In a 2015 interviewMusk described himself to The Wall Street Journal as a “nanomanager” who was obsessed by “product-related matters.”
“I have OCD about product-related issues.” Musk told the Journal.
“When I see a car, a rocket or a spacecraft, I only see the bad. I don’t see the good. He said, “It’s not a recipe to happiness.”
Musk has made a significant impact on Twitter since taking over in October. laid off 3,700 employees — or about 50% of the workforce — and required that all remaining employees return to working from the office40 hours per week
Insider reached Musk but did not receive a response immediately.
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