SpaceX CEO Elon Musk doesn't sleep much, usually skips breakfasts

WION Web Team Delhi, India Apr 29, 2018, 03.13 PM(IST)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk at TED 2017 in Vancouver. Photograph:( Others )

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Tesla co-owner has been vocal about his time-management and routine. Musk is known to meticulously shuttle between his two company sites throughout the week

Who doesn't want to know Elon Musk's secret to success? Looks like the SpaceX CEO doesn't mind giving up on his good night's sleep or a hearty, sumptuous breakfast for work. 

Musk had previously admitted to usually getting 5-6 hours of sleep. He also mentioned that a couple of most stressful things in his life right now would be AI (artificial intelligence) and Tesla Model 3 productions.

Musk sleeps late, he previously admitted to it openly but revealed that he usually gets up by 7 in the morning and manages fairly well if he sleeps for six to six-and-a-half hours every day.

Tesla co-founder has been vocal about his time-management and routine. Musk is known to meticulously shuttle between his two company sites throughout the week and then spend time with his five sons as well.

"My sons are very unimpressed with me," Musk chuckled in one of his interviews. 

Musk keeps so busy that he usually gets no time for a proper breakfast and generally makes do with some coffee.

"I would love some omelette and coffee," Musk expressed when asked about his idea of a perfect breakfast. 

Musk is worth close to a whopping $1,930 crores and to be able to achieve that and continue to be at the top of the game demands such little sacrifices. 

Earlier this week Elon Musk took to Twitter announcing his upcoming project

"Oh btw I’m building a cyborg dragon," read his tweet.

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Musk did not give out any more details about his brand new project, however, Twitter broke into a wave of reactions mulling over and interpreting what could his tweet possibly mean.

Earlier this month, Musk took to Twitter and posted a funny post declaring that Tesla had gone bankrupt. Musk's April Fool's post exhibited his humour-quotient (which is almost always spot on) and also silenced reports suggesting Tesla's shaky financial situation. 

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