As the CEO of automaker Tesla and private space transport company SpaceX, founder of neurotechnology company Neuralink and tunneling company Boring Company, and a key figure in AI non-profit OpenAI, Musk is obviously extremely busy. He's also a billionaire and gets to play with ultra-cool high-tech toys, which sounds like a geek's dream come true.
But in reality, the good times are mixed with the bad, and the way Musk just described his life on Twitter, we're not sure many would trade places with him.
During the launch event, Musk spoke about potential manufacturing problems, saying that the next six months will likely be "hell."
This is not the first time Musk has opened up about the problems that come with running so many high-profile endeavors at once.
During Tesla's annual shareholder meeting in June, he talked about his insane schedule and the steps he's taking to alleviate some of that dreadful stress, including drinking less coffee, sleeping more and allocating some time for dating.