Elon Musk: How To Achieve 10x More Than Your Peers



Elon Musk: How To Achieve 10x More Than Your Peers

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In this video we have three tips to achieve success and improvement as shown by Elon Musk! In five hundred years, we may look back and say, “Elon Musk was the single most influential person of our entire century.” He has been able to do more in his 46 years than most of us could hope to do in ten lifetimes and yes, part of that is because Elon is incredibly smart and he works incredibly hard. …and we’re so hot up; we had just one computer so the website was up during the day and I was coding at night. …work hard like it mean every waking hour; that’s the thing I would say if your particular if you’re starting a company. But working 100 hours a week still only puts you at two-and-a-half times as much as the average employee.

And most geniuses do not make the international impact that Elon has. In fact, the man with the highest IQ in the world, Chris Langan is a bouncer. So while smarts and work ethic are critical to Elon’s success, in order to impact the world, you simply have to be able to influence other people; there’s no way around it. That includes employees investors and the public at large and Elon Musk is unique here because on this channel, we can normally point to a leader’s ability to nail a public speech.

02:15 Elon perseveres despite a lot of failures
05:05 Elon has a vision that inspires

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27 thoughts on “Elon Musk: How To Achieve 10x More Than Your Peers

  1. My Dad was an engineer. He worked long hours and was constantly studying because technology evolved at a breakneck speed during his lifetime from analogue, to numeric control systems and then to computer operated systems. He conceived of and worked on the design of a hydrogen-powered car but was laughed at and derided by other engineers. He died aged 88 three years ago but would have been delighted by recent developments.

  2. Ok, ok cool Video actually.
    But why tf should I achive "10x more than my Peers"
    Why not intend to achive your goals rather than just beating your friends

  3. I really have no problem with the minor quirks of geniuses – especially apparently ethical and humanitarian ones. Being different is kind of the point and comes with the territory. The only thing that gives me pause with Musk is the impression (possibly not an accurate one) he gives of having an almost naïve faith in the inherent goodness of humanity. // Re the actual video (lol) – your focus on perseverance and actively not worrying about what other people think of your own personal mission resonates. Its almost impossible to impart the sense of freedom and well being you get when you quit needing to CONVINCE people of anything and just immerse yourself in what has real meaning for you. The real happiness is in the process, not the end achievement. Ironically, discussing ideas, plans, strategies is more gratifying and pleasurable when you don't NEED everyone to agree with you. There is a certain satisfaction in thinking outside the box.

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