No matter how you think about Elon Musk, there are some things you can't deny. 

He is a hugely successful, endlessly innovative and acts as a case study of creative leadership.

Having built, sold and operated many successful companies, it is clear that he is using a very specific type of leadership to continue his innovation train. Musk is not created and read in vacuum.

Stay open to new ideas. As a kid, Mask loved science fiction novels and movies. He read everything about space and rocket technology. 

At the age of 12, he created a computer program to calculate rocket orbits. At the age of 14, he designed a rocket with paper and pencil.

Don’t be afraid of failure. In 2018, Musk tweeted that "establishing a rocket company must be one of the most difficult and most difficult ways to'make money'."

The CEO lost to two other tech companies. If he was afraid of failure, perhaps the two most famous companies in the United States no longer existed.

Find a mentor. Mentors are invaluable when it comes to developing a style of leadership. 

Those who have achieved the goals you are still working on can give practical and practical tips on how to become a better leader.

Learn to say no. In 2017, Musk resigned from his position on the White House Advisory Board on the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.

His position was coveted and offered the highest level of extreme power benefits, 

but he realized that his work was no longer in line with Mask's sustainability and environmental protection mission.