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Elon Musk – The Amazing Story Of An American Entrepreneur 

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Last updated on August 21, 2020

Elon Musk The Amazing Story Of An American Entrepreneur 

Elon Musk was born to a South African father and a Canadian mother.  Born on June 28, 1971, in Pretoria, (South Africa) From a very young age he showed interest in computers and entrepreneurship.

At the age of 12, Elon Musk developed a video game named, Balster Blaster, and sold it to a computer magazine.  In 1988 he left South Africa and landed in the United States of America seeing the greater economic opportunities there.

Later he becomes one of the founders of the PayPal electronic payment system and formed SpaceX makers of launch vehicles and spacecraft. Gradually he becomes one of the significant investors, as well as the Chief Executive Officer of the Electric Car manufacturer Tesla.

Musk is known for his Tesla electric sports cars, but there’s much more to know about this electrifying man.  In this infographic, the developer Anna Vital of Adioma talks about this amazing gentleman and his wonderful and successful journey from the age of 3 onwards.

This infographic closes with Elon Musk’s ultimate aim or statement, “I would like to die on Mars, just not on impact.”

Read on…

Elon Musk

Infographic Courtesy Ann Vital along with Mark Vital And Alex Unak of Adioma

Elon Musk
Image Courtesy: Getty Images, developed by using Canva

Elon Musk Larry KimCheck out more electrifying facts about Elon Musk published by Larry Kim founder of MobileMonkey (World’s Best Chatbot) on the pages of Inc.com

 

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