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7 Reasons Why Successful Entrepreneurs Wear The Same Thing Every Day

Aside from successful businesses, big-time entrepreneurs have one thing in common: capsule wardrobes. 

Think of Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Kors, and even Barack Obama. 

Aside from their stellar achievements and impressive leadership, they wear almost the same outfit daily. 

While this may sound like a boring idea, it’s surprisingly common among big achievers for a good reason. 

Let’s take a look: 

It Lessens Decision Fatigue 

It-Lessens-Decision-Fatigue

Decision fatigue is real – especially for executives who have to make hundreds of important decisions every day. 

As a result, it’s typical to feel worn down (and even burnt out) long before the week comes to an end. 

When you wear the same thing every day, there’s no need to stress when choosing daily outfits

It Saves Time 

It Saves Time

Choosing a presentable outfit (even if you’re working from home) takes time. And on top of that, you’ll have to spend precious mental energy just to find which shirt looks good on you. 

When you have the same pre chosen outfit each day, imagine how much time and energy you can save.

More importantly, you can use that additional time for more important things. 

It Makes You Feel Good 

It Makes You Feel Good

The right outfit makes us feel good. Now, imagine feeling that confident every day. 

When you wear a proven-and-tested outfit, it’s not just comfortable. It can also feel empowering

Hence, whether you’re interviewing new applicants or presenting a pitch to potential clients, you’re more likely to put your best foot forward because you’re both comfortable and confident. 

It Helps You Feel More Put Together

It Helps You Feel More Put Together

Having unlimited choices can cripple you. Clothes are no exception. 

Choosing something that fits right and looks good in a pinch is next to impossible, especially when you have tons of clothes to choose from. 

Fortunately, when you have a capsule closet, there’s far less stressful guesswork involved. And without these crippling options, you’ll feel and look more put together faster

It Saves Money 

It-Saves-Money

People have the tendency to shop and grab hundreds of dollars worth of clothing- and end up not wearing 60% of these clothes.

Now, imagine if you only buy five pairs of the same tops and another five pairs of the same bottoms. And you wear all of these every day, every week. 

That’s an entire season’s worth of shopping done. And hundreds of dollars in savings. 

It Solidifies Your Style 

It Solidifies Your Style

Mark Zuckerberg is known for his grey shirt, Steve Jobs for his mock-turtleneck. While these outfits may sound boring, they are iconic in their own ways. 

When you are consistent with your work outfits, you don’t just look good. You also stand out. Consistently. 

It’s Environmentally Friendly

It’s-Environmentally-Friendly

Arguably, the best reason for opting for a capsule wardrobe is because of its impact on waste management. 

In 2018 alone, discarded clothes accounted for a whopping 17 million tons of waste in landfills. Simply put, our desire to shop for clothes we don’t need end up polluting the planet. 

And with the worsening effects of global warming and climate change, this is more than enough reason to go for a capsule wardrobe. 

 

Remote Staff has been providing more than 3,000 Australian SMEs and entrepreneurs with remote workers from the Philippines for more than a decade and counting. Aside from finding and hiring, we also train and onboard them to give you one less thing to worry about, capsule wardrobe or no. 

Talk to us or schedule a call back and let’s get started.

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Serena has been working remotely and writing content for the better part of the last decade. To date, she's written for Pepper.ph and Mabuhay Magazine, among others, and has churned out more than a thousand articles on everything from The Basics of Stock Market Investing to How to Make Milk Tea-Flavored Taho at home. Hermits, aspiring hermits, and non-hermits with interesting project propositions may email her at serena.estrella10@gmail.com.

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Serena has been working remotely and writing content for the better part of the last decade. To date, she's written for Pepper.ph and Mabuhay Magazine, among others, and has churned out more than a thousand articles on everything from The Basics of Stock Market Investing to How to Make Milk Tea-Flavored Taho at home. Hermits, aspiring hermits, and non-hermits with interesting project propositions may email her at serena.estrella10@gmail.com.

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