What Do Elon Musk and Donald Trump Have In Common?

What does “heavy is the head that wears the crown” even mean?

It might have been something you heard around while going about your daily life, but in basic terms means that whoever is the king always has people trying to take the throne or invade their territory.

Elon Musk:

Look at Elon Musk as one example, roughly 10 years ago Elon Musk was the poster child of everything that was going right for the United States.

Extremely innovative with his companies such as Tesla and Space X. 

Just in case you have been living under a rock, Elon Musk and SpaceX are about to send their first passengers into space.

He was the king by owning these companies and being the richest person for a while (Not NPC behavior).

Not too long after the purchase of X formally known as Twitter, Elon Musk began to run into legal troubles with all of his companies.

Heavy is the head that wears the crown (In this case Elon Musk’s head).

Donald Trump:

Donald Trump is another excellent example of “how heavy the head that wears the crown” is.

Prior to running for president of the United States, Donald Trump was a respected individual throughout the states.

Donald Trump even had a roast at some point on Comedy Central.

You only get one of those if people like you by the way.

Now, as old Donald Trump is running for re-election he has had an abnormal amount of lawsuits on his hands (not here to debate whether Donald is guilty or not, I don’t care).


Both Donald Trump and Elon Musk are handling life’s challenges.

This just shows how true the saying “Heavy is the head that wears the crown”. 

It’s already a dangerous world out there and putting yourself in the spotlight only means an increased chance of creating enemies that will want to strike at all that you have built for yourself.

Second, guess any desire to want to be in the spotlight.