This month on our movie/book recommendation section we wanted to recommend something different. Elon Musk is about the life of Elon Musk and his hard work throughout his career for his own future plans and dreams of course.
Here’s a great review of Musk by the book critic Jeremy Williams:
“There’s no question in my mind that he’s a genius. He has the ability to learn, recall and calculate on the fly in ways that very few people can keep up with. He has a brain the size of a planet and an ego to match. He is intensely logical and blunt to the point of being obnoxious. His work rate is ridiculous and the pressure he piles on his employees is, to my mind at least, on the wrong side of the ethical borderline. But he certainly gets things done – often things that are broadly considered impossible.”
I consider FRC and STEAM to be education models and opportunities for the youth to be prepared for the future and develop a vision. All the amazing discoveries and inventions are made by those who cannot only imagine and dream but also put relentless effort into their goals. Many things can be questionable about Elon Musk of course but I think he sets a great example of dreaming big, having a vision ahead of his years and the possibilities of the technology of the time and of course, relentless work and dedication.
For that reason, Elon Musk, a very easy-to-read book,is my recommendation for my peers and everyone that reads our magazine to have a broader vision and motivation to work hard.