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Elon Musk Shares Advice for Young People Who Want to Succeed


 Elon Musk's reputation as a successful billionaire is certainly not in doubt. The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla also shared tips and advice for young people who want to be successful in life.

While speaking on the Lex Friedman podcast, Musk was asked what advice he could give schoolchildren and college students who want to make a positive impact on the world.


Here are five tips that Musk shares for young people who want to be successful, as quoted from Business Insider, Sunday (2/1/2022).



1. Be useful

The first tip that Musk shared was that young people should be useful. According to him, if one lives a fruitful life, it is a life worth living.


"Do something useful for your fellow human beings, for the world. It's hard being a useful person - really hard," Musk said.


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2. Contribute to society

The second piece of advice he shared with Friedman was that people should contribute more to those around them than they earn.


"Try to make a positive contribution to society. That is something to aim for," said the 50-year-old man.


3. Don't try to be a leader

Musk also advises young people to become leaders just for style.


"A lot of times, the people you want to be leaders are the people who don't want to be leaders," Musk said.


4. Read a lot

Another key to success shared by Musk is diligent reading. To Friedman, Musk said he loved reading encyclopedias as a child.


"I would encourage people to read lots of books," Musk said.


"Try to digest as much information as you can, and try to develop good general knowledge so that you have at least a rough idea of ​​the knowledge landscape."


5. Talk to other people

The last piece of advice Musk shared for young people was to talk a lot with people from different backgrounds. Not to gossip, but to get more information about the world.


"Talk to people from different walks of life and industries as well as different professions and skills. Learn as much as you can," he concluded.

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