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Why Successful Individuals Wear The Same Outfit Daily

Every decision takes energy - clothing isn't that important

Every single day, we make hundred of decisions: Should I hit the snooze button or not? What time should I leave for school or work? Should I exercise today? And, if so, what time? What should I eat for dinner? Should I work more hours today or go home? Etc.

Daily, there are hundreds of things, if not more, that have to be decided. Some decisions are important; most are trivial. Unfortunately, studies have shown that, as humans, our capacity to consistently make well thought-out decisions is finite.

What this means is that when you use your brainpower earlier in the day deciding what to eat for breakfast, you’ll consequently have less of it later in the day when you have to decide if you should have that piece of cake or not. This is what’s known as decision fatigue, which is the psychological condition where making a decision in the present will reduce your decision making ability in the future.

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