The world’s richest person, Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk tweeted “thinking of” giving up his job and becoming a full-time influencer.

The Attention-grabbing Tweet

Without elaborating or giving any understandable intentions Elon Musk tweeted, “Thinking of quitting my jobs & becoming an influencer full-time wdyt,” His Tweet was not clear on anything if the CEO of Tesla, who is a regular, creative social media user was being serious about leaving his job.

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About Tesla under Elon Musk

The world’s richest man is also the founder and CEO of rocket company SpaceX and guides brain-chip start-up, Neuralink, and infrastructure firm The Boring Company.

In a conference call in January 2021, he shared his desire to stay as the CEO of Tesla for “several years”. Even after operating in limited and selected nations, Tesla has a forbidding dominance in the global electric vehicle race. We have seen Elon Musk’s wealth increase broadly by improving Tesla’s performance. And even after being the richest person on the planet, he doesn’t own a house of his own.

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About Mr. Musk

Elon Musk is a very effective business person with the talent of taking daring decisions and making dangerous moves. He is criticized a lot for his eccentric way of doing a job.

An uncommon manner of working might have brought in critics, but his followers and admirers are far larger than trollers, which makes Mr. Musk morae powerful and strong. As the famous dialogue of spiderman, “with great power comes great responsibilities” to keep at it.

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Signals and Pieces of Evidence of Chances of Elon Musk’s Quitting his Job

During a conference call in January of this year, he said, “It would be nice to have a bit more free time on my hands as opposed to just working day and night, from when I wake up to when I go to sleep 7 days a week. Pretty intense,”.

In November, in one of his Tweets, he asked his followers if he should sell 10% of his share in the electric-car maker, on which most of his followers agreed. After that, he sold shares worth nearly $12 billion.

He sold his share based on his poll on his tweet “Much is made lately of unrealized gains being a means of tax avoidance, so I propose selling 10% of my Tesla stock,” he tweeted Saturday afternoon. “Do you support this?”