The only difference between you and the person you want to become is the lack of experience and knowledge. Not saying you don't have experience and knowledge, but the version you strive to become has more. A lot of people believe it's time. They go around believing they'll make the startup in time, find their passion in time and figure out how to cook in time. But what I've realized this month is that time doesn't matter, it's what you do with it.
The core difference between you and Elon Musk is how you spend the time. Think about someone you admire. Do they have more time than you? No. They just use it better. Do they have some card that gets them access to more of the internet than you? No. At the end of the day, it's about how you use those things vs them just existing.
To be honest, I didn't value my time as much as I should've. There's this concept of a time billionaire. "When I see 20-year-olds – the thought I had was they probably have two billion seconds left. But they aren’t relating to themselves as time billionaires." I wasn't acting like the time billionaire that I am and my guess is most people aren't either. This might sound strange to some people but think about it this way. The more time you spend effectively, the more money you'll (probably) make in the future. So if that's your end goal, let that be the motivation. I'm pushing myself to be super intentional about how I'm spending my time this month, focusing on the things that I either enjoy or that's an investment. Optimizing for both is ideal. But, the fundamental thing to remember is that it's not about the existence of time. It's what you do with it.