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I Lived Like Elon Musk for a Week But One Day Was Enough
They say success is a mindset. No offense to whoever “they” are, but that doesn’t really help most people much. So what about a real-life example to live by? If you've got problems with procrastinating, feeling overwhelmed by all the stuff you need to get done, and just overall pitiful time management skills, this is what can help you. Okay, now, who's one of the most successful and productive dudes out there? You're right! It's Elon Musk!
This guy is a productivity ninja who’s mastered the art of time management. He heads multiple companies, the most well-known being Tesla and SpaceX, and has admitted that he works 100 hours a week or more! Let's try to follow his typical schedule for a week.
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- I started on a Sunday evening by planning my week ahead based on what I’d read about Elon Musk’s routine. Much to my dismay, the first thing I found out is that he wakes up at 7am every single day and functions on just 6 hours of sleep!
- I’m a pretty traditional guy – I like to get my recommended 7-9 hours of shuteye each night, so 6 hours was not enough.
- Elon Musk skips breakfast… Well, at least he drinks coffee! To be honest, the first couple of days with no breakfast hit me hard.
- One of Musk’s golden productivity rules is to work in a 5-minute block system, which means that for 5-minutes, I had to stay completely focused on one thing and then switch to another.
- Some of my projects take hours to finish. But by breaking them down into smaller steps that I spent less time on, in the end, it took me fewer hours to get my projects done!
- The first day, what used to take me a solid 8 hours to do ended up taking me just 6. By the week’s end, I’d cut that number down to 4!
- As for phone calls, Elon suggests NOT taking any calls during the day except for emergencies.
- I really saved a lot of time on the email thing. I would’ve never guessed I was wasting so much time going through my inbox!
- So, I hit the gym twice this week, and, I gotta say, I think I understand where Musk gets his energy – working out really does charge your battery, so to speak.
- Getting 6 hours of sleep is not for me, but I like getting up at 7 and having time to plan my day ahead. So, I’ll hit the sack at 12am to get that precious extra hour of shuteye.
- And I’ll spend some of that extra hour on a good breakfast. Even if experts say you can go without, I’d prefer to fill my tank before I head to work!
- Planning the day ahead and tackling tasks in 5-minute blocks will be my new norm.
- I’ll continue ditching my phone during work hours and keeping the emailing at a minimum because this saved me loads of time.
- I’m enjoying the gym, and I feel really good! It’s even become a sort of new hobby of mine.
- As for the weekends, I need my Saturdays, man! I understand Elon has a lot on his plate, but I’m no CEO or entrepreneur, so I can afford to take 2 days off a week instead of just one.
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► Elon Musk Work Ethic: 10 Secrets for Insane Success
Elon Musk is a smarter than average individual with an enormous ambition and drive. But I think that us–mere mortals–can incorporate some of his productivity secrets into our daily lives.
Here are the top 10 productivity secrets of Elon Musk work ethic and how you can apply them:
#1 Start the Day with Critical Work
As the CEO of three companies — Tesla, SpaceX, and Neuralink — Elon Musk has a lot of things to stay on top on a day to day basis.
That’s why he starts his day with his most critical work. For Musk, this means dealing with important emails that he needs to address in order to unblock other people’s work and progress.
#2 Use Feedback Loops
An important part of Elon Musk work ethic is to incorporate not only his own feedback but also of others: he urges entrepreneurs to seek preferably negative feedback. While it might be hurtful at first, you normally end up getting a lot more out it.
#3 Reason from First Principles
A first principle is a basic assumption that can’t be deduced from any other proposition. It’s the only sure thing in a complex problem.
Musk reasons from first principles, rather than by analogy (such as previous experiences).
#4 Use Asynchronous Communication
The first productivity hack gave you a slight hint for this one: Elon Musk work ethic dictates that he prefers to communicate on his own terms. That means defaulting to email and texts, both asynchronous ways of communication.
#5 Master Communication
When Musk is not building rockets or revolutionizing the automobile industry, there’s one place you can always find him: on email. He joked on a conference: “I do a lot of email — very good at email. That’s my core competency”.
#6 Batch Tasks
As part of Elon Musk work ethic, he multi-tasks strategically. Whenever possible, he combines several tasks together in a productivity hack known as batching. For example, he answers emails while eating or having a meeting over lunch.
Running three companies is no small feat, which means time is of the essence for Elon Musk. He is constantly trying to optimize his time using feedback loops.
#8 Embrace Stretch Goals
Musk’s stretch goals have given us a world where one of the best cars you can buy is electric, and where we finally have reusable rockets:
#9 Develop a Growth Mindset
Elon Musk is never satisfied with where he is now. His companies have had enormous achievements, but Musk knows that there’s always room for improvement — in every area. There’s always a better, faster, or cheaper way to do things:
#10 Develop a Wide Knowledge Base
Over the years, Musk developed T-shaped skills: a lot of knowledge in one particular field and a substantial amount of knowledge in many other disciplines and topics.
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A Day In The Life Of Elon Musk
Here's an inside look at the daily life and routine of one of the world's most influential people, Elon Musk. The founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors, SpaceX, and more is one of the busiest people on earth.
Nobody ever changed the world on 40 hours a week. These are the words of multi-billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, who not only runs two of the most innovative companies of current times, Tesla and SpaceX, but also juggles travel, interviews, and a family of 5 teenage sons on a daily basis.
It's no secret that Elon Musk's fruitful ventures have been built off the back of hard work, dedication, and smart decision making – but what about the details? Wouldn't it be great to see how the most influential man in the world organizes his time and manages to cram everything into a seemingly impossible schedule?
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Jerome Guillen, the automotive president of Tesla, takes 60 Minutes to the Gigafactory, a lithium-ion battery factory near Reno, Nevada, that played a crucial role in ramping up the production of Tesla's Model 3. And, he talks with Lesley Stahl about what it's like working for Elon Musk. For the full interview, click here:
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