What do Elon Musk, Twitter and the FIFA World Cup have in common?

TLDR; They all told us who (or what) they were in advance.

(We just chose to ignore them and drone on about why things turned out differently.)

Let’s take a look at all three.

Elon Musk

I’m not sure I need to drill down on Elon Musk’s business practices.

Just for the fun of it, why not Google “what’s it like working for elon?” and see what the results are.

Here’s a shortcut: He treats businesses as if they are a business.

Not a friend group or a family. It’s a business. And Elon makes business decisions.

If you scroll through that list of Google results, you might see a theme being formed.

He’s racing against time to build not just a better breadbox, but an entirely new industry (that’s likely been stagnant for years).

And time is money.

And high costs don’t do time or money any favors.

It’s crazy that we’re putting all this on Elon, especially when Jack Dorsey published this apology:

I own the responsibility for why everyone is in this situation: I grew the company size too quickly. I apologize for that.

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