I've read that Elon Musk is the greatest inventor since sliced bread and that he's the entrepreneur of all entrepreneurs... however, I'm more inclined to believe that he's a wolf in sheeps clothing.
Does he provide a valuable service to others through voluntary transactions or coerce...
Lately Elon Musk has been making some odd comments and making eyebrows rise.
From the sales conference call some weeks ago where he made some bizarre comments, to Twitter barbs, to this Thai cave rescue thing and calling some critic a PEDO, his comments are starting to make people wonder...
Apparently this just came out from the man himself:
First, congratulations are in order! We have now completed our third full week of producing over 2000 Model 3 vehicles. The first week was 2020, the second was 2070 and we just completed 2250 last week, along with 2000 Model S/X...
that funny side of Elon Musk or just a genius try to finance other projects?!who knows haha
Instagram post by Elon Musk • Jan 28, 2018 at 1:29am UTC
Edit: he already sold 1000 ! lol Elon Musk on Twitter
About a week ago I was stuck in a car for 12 hours, and ended up reading Elon Musk's biography. I was really struck by his work habits when he was building his first business, Zip2. Apparently he would sleep next to his desk, and work from the time he woke up until the time he went to bed.
As a Texas resident, this pisses me off!
I'm sick and tired of car dealerships and their monopolies.
Whenever a genuine entrepreneur tries to provide a valuable service, politics and lobbying always has to get in the way.
I guess that's...