After one other dramatic week for Elon Musk, by which he bared his soul in a brutally honest interview with The New York Times, his acquaintance Arianna Huffington took the time to supply the Tesla CEO some advice.
Musk complained of working so long as 120-hour weeks as a part of an “excruciating” 2018 work schedule, which he prompt was taking its toll on his bodily and psychological well-being.
Huffington’s advice was easy: Get some extra sleep. In an open letter on her Thrive Global website, Huffington defined that people, similar to Musk’s electrical automobiles, wanted time to recharge.
“Tesla is revolutionary because it’s all about how we can most efficiently use energy, which holds the potential to change the world,” she wrote, including: “You’re demonstrating a wildly outdated, anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy.”
Huffington tweeted the publish on Friday. And, maybe in an ideal illustration of her level, Musk responded at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, shortly after clocking off from a shift at the Tesla manufacturing facility.
“Ford & Tesla are the only 2 American car companies to avoid bankruptcy,” he tweeted. “I just got home from the factory. You think this is an option. It is not.”
Musk advised The Times that he typically confronted a selection of insomnia or taking Ambien, a sedative used as a short lived therapy to sleep issues. His late-night Twitter binges have anxious some Tesla board members, The Times stated.
The company is said to be actively searching for a deputy for Musk to alleviate his workload. Musk stated Tesla approached Facebook’s chief working officer, Sheryl Sandberg, however she presumably declined provided that she remains to be at Facebook.