How does a guy like Elon Musk create so much impact on society – and so much wealth for himself.

It feels as if they approach life in a completely different way.

And the truth is – they do.

Today, Elon’s a self-made billionaire, electric car manufacturer who plans to colonize Mars!

People keep telling him he can’t do that, but they’re not the ones who’ll ever make the impossible possible.

Don’t listen to the naysayers. If you want to change your approach, listen to the advice that Elon Musk has to offer.

Reprogramming the Your Brain Software

Musk argues that you shouldn’t succumb to the traditional way of thinking.

Just because your mind is “programmed” to think something works a certain way, that doesn’t mean it’s the best way.

If the brain is our hardware, the mind is the software. You need to reprogram your software to ignore everyone else. Musk explains:

“You look at the fundamentals and construct your reasoning from that. Then you see if you have a conclusion that works or doesn’t work – and it may or may not be different from what people have done in the past.”

Be the Chef, Not the Cook

Musk’s approach is that of a chef. He thinks about the fundamentals (the raw ingredients).

Then he starts innovating.

He relies on his knowledge and experience to make a new dish. Afterward, he tests it and tweaks it until it tastes perfect.

The cook, however, focuses on something that already exists. They work with a ready-made recipe that someone else developed. Rather than innovate, they reproduce.

The majority of people have the cook approach. Musk’s message is simple – you need to act like a chef.

The world is full of raw ingredients, and it’s up to you to make something out of them.

But first, you need to learn how to find these ingredients.

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