Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has revealed that he has high-functioning Autism “Asperger’s”.

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Tech entrepreneur, CEO of Tesla Motors, and SpaceX, Elon Musk, has revealed that he has “Asperger” high-functioning Autism, while appearing on the American comedy, show, Saturday Night Live (SNL).

 


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Elon Musk has revealed that he has high-level Autism, and for us this is news of great impact, since he is another person on the spectrum, showing us that, by managing Autism in a positive way, we can go far. Not all people with ASD have the same abilities, but everyone can find their strengths and use them to achieve their dreams. In his presentation on the show, Elon repeatedly referred to his Autism. Musk told his fans, “Look, I know I sometimes say or post strange things, but that’s just how my brain works.” “Sometimes after I say something, I have to say that I mean it.” “To anyone who has been offended, I just want to say that I reinvented electric cars and will send people to Mars in a rocket ship. Did you think I was going to be a normal, laid back guy too?”

Conclusion

Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, has revealed that he has High Functioning Autism “Asperger” while appearing on the American comedy, show Saturday Night Live (SNL). At the time he referred to his Autism, he made the following comments: Musk told his fans, “Look, I know I sometimes say or post strange things, but that’s just how my brain works.” “Sometimes after I say something, I have to say that I mean it.” “To anyone who has been offended, I just want to say that I reinvented electric cars and will send people to Mars in a rocket ship. Did you think I was going to be a normal, laid back guy too?” This is a revelation that we look at in a positive light, as it shows us how far many people with autism can go. No matter how many problems we have, let’s fight to achieve our dreams.

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