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Elon Musk’s new biography has hit the shelves, with more tea on the life of the billionaire. Penned by renowned biographer Walter Isaacson, the book opens the memory vaults of Elon Musk’s traumatic childhood.

Growing up, he was bullied, and once he even had to be hospitalized for a week following a blunt beating he took on his face. Being a precocious child, mom Maye Musk arranged for him to be admitted to school at a mere three years old.

Watch: Elon Musk’s biographer, Walter Isaacson, shares what he learned about the billionaire’s childhood, leadership and “demon mode” during more than two years shadowing Musk

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Speaking with the biographer, Maye now regrets the decision. Musk’s mother revealed that Elon was lonely and sad at school. He didn’t have any friends. Other siblings, Kimbal and Tosca, would make friends, but Elon never brought one home. Maye says that Elon wanted to make friends, but he simply didn’t know how. By the time Musk was in second grade, he was tuning out. Maye quips that it was a mistake to send him to school that early.

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The Tesla boss had occasionally mentioned his Asperger’s syndrome, which makes him bad at picking up social cues. Musk told Isaacson that he would take people literally when they blurted something. Only after reading books did he realize that people don’t always say what they mean. Gorging upon books meant the boy became nocturnal, reading up until dawn. He would fall asleep when mom would switch on the lights at 6 a.m.

The Elon Musk biography devotes many pages to his childhood, but this paragraph stands out: his mother’s insistence on radical self-reliance and his compulsive need to read at an early age.

When you hear the question “why aren’t there more Elons?” It might stem from a culture…

— Katherine Boyle (@KTmBoyle) September 12, 2023

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