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Elon Musk is changing the world for the next generation the way Bill Gates and Steve Jobs have. He’s been appropriately compared to a real life Tony Stark (Iron Man) and this book is a great insight to understand him as a person and the way he thinks.

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The only thing that makes sense to do is strive for greater collective enlightenment.

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One person putting in a 16 hour day ends up being much more effective than two people working 8 hour days together. The individual doesn’t have to hold meetings, reach a consensus, or bring other people up to speed on a project. He just keeps working and working and working.

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We’re trying to have a really big impact on the space industry. If the rules are such that you can’t make progress then you have to fight the rules.

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We’re trying to have a really big impact on the space industry. If the rules are such that you can’t make progress then you have to fight the rules.

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If you really embrace this (life is short) it leaves you with the obvious conclusion that you should be working as hard as you can.

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If you liked Bossypants then you’ll like this book, I laughed out loud many times.

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Sometimes shitty things happen and sometimes they don’t. And my rule is enjoy the non-shitty things now because shitty things are coming and vice versa. This is just basic life 101.

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Be happy in front of people who hate you. That way they know that they haven’t gotten to you, plus it pisses them off like crazy.

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If you’re in need of some candy-like fiction to feed your nerdy side then this is pretty fulfilling. It poses an interesting ‘what if’ scenario that you’ve probably had a conversation about before and it takes an interesting angle on the idea. If you like Ready Player One then you’ll like this book.

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