And by that, uh, we mean the fact that he works 120 hours a week and often takes Ambien to get to sleep. In an interview with The New York Times, Musk held no bars in admitting that “often I don’t get home until extreme late hours in the night” a feat, uh, that has critics worried about the fate of Tesla Motors.
In the same interview, Musk, claimed that his company Tesla and Ford are the only two American automakers who haven’t actually filed for bankruptcy. But that, uh, isn’t quite the part that has caught allot of attention. In an op-ed on her wellness site newspaper queen Arianna Huffington took to Thrive Global denouncing his “long work hours” because “those kinds of hours don’t provide him enough time to recharge and reboot”.
But Musk, a man of many interesting quirks, feels that in his own words “There isn’t enough room to do that, that, isn’t an option”. Huffington has since doubled down on her op-ed opinions, citing, that that is case for extreme declines in personal health and well-being.