Why successful people wear the same clothes every day

President Barack Obama is photographed during a presidential portrait sitting for an official photo in the Oval Office, Dec. 6, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama

Why successful people wear the same clothes every day
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has said repeatedly that he wears the same shirt every day because they would rather spend that energy in making major decisions.
But the young CEO is not alone. “Fatigue decision” is a term coined to describe the many trivial decisions that drain your mental energy and concentration throughout the day. That’s why successful people try to save this energy.
These are other examples of successful people who use this philosophy in their clothing.

Steve Jobs

The genius of Apple did not care about the clothes he wore. Her attire was always the same. He even tried to propose a uniform system for the employees of your company. Idea was rejected soundly.

Barack Obama

Obama regularly wears gray or blue suits (it is rare to see it in another color, although it does). “I do not want to make decisions about what I’m eating or wearing. Because I have too many decisions to make,” he says.

Albert Einstein

His second wife, Elsa Einstein allegedly kept in sharp suits. But as he grew older, he showed a predilection for cotton shirts and sandals.

Christopher Nolan

Nolan “long ago decided it was a waste of energy to choose what to wear every day,” according to the director’s recent profile in the New York Times Magazine.

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