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He is multimilliarist, more precisely the richest man in the world, tens of entrepreneurs and also wants to colonize the Mars. But Elon Musk also has astonishingly understandable goals for his everyday life. And they start in the morning. (Read also: Elon Musk takes care of "terrible habit" with "Buy Manchester United" tweet for confusion )

  Elon Musk will © Getty Images & Elon Musk with a work-out

undoubtedly a functioning and pleasant morning routine can help to start the day better. It is not for nothing that everyone strives to get up "with the right foot" first. And that is exactly what the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk, wants to achieve by redesigning his daily routine after waking up.

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In a recently published interview with the team from the "Full Send Podcast", he confessed that he was the first to check his phone in the morning after receiving emails, emails and messages, but was certain that this is a shame of his health. "I have the bad habit - and I suspect that a lot of people do - to look at my phone in the morning," said Elon Musk on the show. "It's actually a terrible habit."

instead of starting the day relaxed, so he is bombed with information shortly after getting up and starts with work, he explained. But that is now the end. From now on he wanted to replace this habit with a work-out. "I have to train and be better in shape. So I will no longer look at my cell phone immediately after waking up, but train for at least 20 minutes - only then do I look at my cell phone." (Also interesting: Elon Musk-With these 5 tips from the Tesla boss you will be successful in life )

& 80 percent of all smartphone users have the same morning routine

so simple it sounds behind the self-criticism of Elon Musk But a habit that the multimillionaire shares with well more than half of the smartphone users. As the IT market research company IDC Research announced, around 80 percent of them look at their phone within the first 15 minutes after waking up.

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