Elon Musk has had his hands full in recent weeks since taking over Twitter.
On Monday, the world’s richest man was asked about his takeover and leadership of his automaker business Tesla.
According to the CEO, he worked “at the absolute most amount, from morning til [sic] night, seven days a week.”
On Monday, Elon Musk took part in a business conference on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali.
Sharing his busy schedule via video link, he said:
“I have too much work on my plate, that is for sure.”
Speaking from an area that just ran out of power, Musk wore a batik shirt sent by the event organizers.
Elon Musk held his video call in a candle lit room.
Juggling between Tesla and Twitter
Elon Musk is now in charge of both Tesla and Twitter.
During the meeting, he was asked if Tesla would be affected by his preoccupation with Twitter, which has become the target of investors and analysts.
Indonesia is looking to make a deal with electric vehicle maker Tesla for battery investments.
They are reportedly looking to do the same for Musk’s aerospace company SpaceX so they can develop a rocket launch site.
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However, Musk made no mention of the agreements with the country.
Instead, he said Indonesia is essential in the electric vehicle supply chain.
Musk also said it made sense for SpaceX to develop multiple launch sites globally for the long term.
For now, the Twitter, Tesla, and SpaceX CEO is working on all the companies to the best of his abilities.