News Tech: Elon Musk is a multibillionaire with plans to populate Mars, yet his daily objectives are surprisingly attainable. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO first plans to change his daily routine, starting with waking up. Musk recently stated that he checks his phone first thing in the morning and that he believes this could be harmful to his health.
“I have a bad habit — which I suspect a lot of people do — of immediately checking my phone [in the morning],” Musk said on the show. “It’s a terrible habit, actually.” Musk, who previously told Auto Bild – a German automobile magazine – that he spends the first 30 minutes of every day checking emails, now says he wants to replace the habit with a workout.
And, his replacement routine is likely healthier: Research indicates bright and early workouts may improve productivity, too. In 2019, a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found daily, moderate morning exercise improved participants’ short-term memory, attentiveness and decision making. Musk, who typically goes to bed around 3 a.m. and is awake by 9:30 a.m., said his smartphone habit is somewhat born out of anxiety. He wants to ensure he didn’t miss any company emergencies while he slept.
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