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CEO Tesla/Twitter Going Through a Fiction Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior

Elon Musk is spreading cool this morning, not just by pointing his Tesla toward Mars but also by giving the world a glimpse at his current reading: a collection of must-have publications. How to behave in public? A written charisma by George Washington.

It's not clear if Musk shot the photo personally or if it genuinely shows his nightstand.


Musk seems to be going through a book as captured in a sequence of photos on his social media account. The billionaire entrepreneur's desk includes what peeks like copies of rules of civility and decent behavior in company and conversation and a group of books that uphold Benjamin Franklin's way of health.

This Book outlines a hundred ten guidelines for standing like a horseman in his fiction, which is around 18000 words.

"A must-read for anyone who wonders if they can find a path to be a better leader," as per a description found on Amazon. "These practices concentrate on dignity and consideration for people around through facts of decorum."

The proverbs; that motivate us to make a routine by getting up early and then going early to bed, are included in Benjamin Franklin's essay The Way to Wealth, which even includes sensible advice on hard work and thrift. (Musk must have at least one aspect of it back: a Bloomberg estimate puts his net worth at roughly one eighty billion dollars.) When Forbes questioned him about what he appeared to be reading in bed, he didn't react.

Musk has a history of sleeping on the manufacturing floor while putting in twenty hours of effort each week. But the world's richest man hasn't always seemed to care about standards of decorum.

He, who calls himself a “public intellectual,” is well recognized for his odd conduct — particularly on digital platforms. Lately, Musk criticized Apple on Twitter for purportedly strong-arming to cease selling its application. He also claimed that Apple has stopped running the majority of its digital platforms ads.

Musk is apprehended for his belligerent conduct on social platforms. He has used Twitter more than thousands times over the past year to stoke conflict, engage in chest-bumping with his fans, and just generally make fun of everything from immigration to Joe Biden's age.

He is a complex individual and not everyone has embraced his unpredictable behavior. Despite many reports that he is kind, charitable, and generous in person, NASA's former chief says Musk can be challenging to perform with. The Tesla Chief Executive Officer has come under scrutiny for his public Meltdowns which have affected employees and investors.

These fancy photos of Tesla Chief Executive Officer & founder Elon Musk looking at a book on a bed stand are creating the rounds on social networks. He's got his box set, Leutze's artwork, and zero-sugar cans of cokes ready to go for the evening.

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