"There are easier places to work, but nobody has changed the world with 40 hours a week," he said in a tweet.
Tesla's head, Elon Musk, says he knows how many hours a week you have to work to change the world.
"There are easier places to work, but nobody has changed the world with 40 hours a week," he said in a tweet, saying that SpaceX, Tesla, Boring Company and Neuralink are its ideal place of work if "getting results important to you. "
When a user asked how many hours he had to work a week just to change the world, Musk said 80 were a sustainable number, with peaks over 100 at times.
"The level of pain is increasing in 80," he said.
Comments came after the Axios interview broadcast with Musk on HBO, where the business said that Tesla had been a few weeks away from financial ruins during its fierce and costly effort to increase & # 39 ; r the production of Model 3. sedan.
"The company was losing money and, if we did not solve the problems in a very short time, we were dead," said Musk, who, according to what was said, sometimes & # 39; n sleep in her factory