June 21st, 2019

This article from The Drive does well to draw parallels from industry envy and how leaders suffer from envy in the industries they disrupt. He points out that he loves his car and Tesla is way ahead.

He points fingers at all other car dealers and accuses them of not stepping it up. And points to a classic Cadillac ad which discusses leadership drives truly remarkable innovation.

Then in conclusion, he belittles people who believe Elon will get to FSD by 2020. Calling people confused suckers.

Alex Roy literally cites:

The reward is widespread recognition; the punishment, fierce denial and detraction.”

And concludes his article with denial and detraction.

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