Have you ever thought about how much time you likely waste deciding what to wear in the morning?
It’s probably made you late to school or work more times than you can count.
We waste so many precious moments concerning ourselves with frivolous details. An outfit will not change the world, it probably won’t even change your day.
This is not to say that fashion isn’t important, as it has an immense impact on culture and, in turn, the direction of society.
Indeed, fashion is where art, culture and history intersect. If we look at the sixties for example, the way people dressed was very much a reflection of the counterculture movement and the anti-establishment sentiments of the era.
Henry David Thoreau once stated: …Simply, simplify.
Correspondingly, a number of very successful people have adopted this philosophy in their daily routines.
President Obama wears the same suit every single day.
The president is not alone in this practice. The late great Steve Jobs wore his signature black turtleneck with jeans and sneakers every single day.
Mark Zuckerberg typically wears a gray t-shirt with a black hoody and jeans when seen in public. Similarly.
Albert Einstein reportedly bought several variations of the same Gray suit.
These Individuals decided to make life easier by adopting a monotonous wardrobe.
Obviously, as these Persons are some of the most successful …