Managing Tesla, SpaceX, The Boring Company, and Neuralink had already taken up much of Elon Musk’s time. The world’s richest man said on Nov. 4 on the annual Ron Baron Conference in Latest York City that after taking ownership of Twitter in late October, his work schedule has develop into much more frantic and he now works roughly 120 hours each week.
During an onstage interview with billionaire mutual fund manager Ron Baron, whose company, Baron Capital Group, was the conference’s host, Musk indicated that his workload increased from around 70 to 80 hours per week to perhaps 120. Musk’s Tesla is backed by Baron Capital Group.
Reportedly, Musk characterised his current every day routine as “fall asleep, I rise up, work, fall asleep, work, do this seven days every week.” Musk, who was obviously exhausted, claimed to have just landed from a late-night journey with a view to attend the meeting. On October 27, Musk finalized his $44 billion takeover of Twitter.
Since then, he has made quite a lot of significant adjustments on the social media firm, including sacking several senior executives and almost half of its 7,500 staff members. A monthly payment scheme for Twitter’s verification mark is something he has also asked the remaining employees to implement, and he hopes to do it as soon as this week.
Musk expressed optimism that his demanding work schedule would not persist perpetually throughout the conference on November 4. When Twitter is on the right track, he claimed, it could be far simpler to run than SpaceX or Tesla. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO recently found time to go to supermodel Heidi Klum’s Halloween party in Latest York City, despite his claims on the contrary. He wearing a pair of red and black armor designed by Latest York’s Abracadabra to resemble a Samurai warrior.