Many of the most brilliant and monetarily successful business people have paid less attention to the way they look and more attention to the services they provide. We see them in plain tees, sweats, baseball caps and some wear the same outfit everyday like the legendary Mr. Steve Jobs did.
This isn’t to say you shouldn’t dress nicely or for the life you want. I am just saying that you get to decide, so do what feels right for you.
When we focus on what we have to offer others we enrich the world. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to impress people, in fact you can save a lot by not trying to keep up with anybody- and you can take that to the bank. 💰🏦😆
This pic is about a year old. I feel like so much has changed since then - yet a lot is also still the same. For example, I’ve become more comfortable with the direction I am headed, both personally and professionally. In the past this caused me a large amount of stress and im sure at some point i will question it again, but for now I like where I am headed. Im sure most of you can relate to that as it is a struggle that most of us go through. Generally, I found that life is not always as easy as i may have thought as a 25 year old, single, self-employed millennial trying to navigate my way through school, 21st century dating, working and keeping up with my high ambitions. It’s life, and obviously there’s going to be ups and downs, but what I found out throughout the last year was this: You need to fight to keep the controllable positive aspects of your life as constant as possible, such as movement, nutrition, what you do in your free time, even making your bed or calling a family member/friend. Those are all in your control and you can change them, whereas as other aspects that can change your mood are not always controllable. For me personally, when i incorporate some of the above as something that brings some consistency into my life, periods of feeling down are a lot less worse and the ups are even more enjoyable when those things are in place.
I know It’s not always easy to be consistent with our positive habits, but boy can they make a big difference to our overall well-being. 📸 One of my faves from @casper_enggaard