I have been trying to start and maintain a blog since 2009.
Often times we imagine leaders as handsome and charismatic people who influence and create great waves of action from the tip of their tongue. Hardly we see them do any grunt work as they’re always doing God-Knows-What in their office. While there might be some truth into that, in hindsight, a real leader does more work than you can imagine.
You’re at a department store and see two identical shirts. The same color, pattern, material and build. Everything about those pieces are the same; except the name and price on the tag. One is priced at $20 dollars and the other is at $80 dollars.
Seems illogical, right?
Ever wonder why black is the formal color for attire in funerals? At a day of mourning and sorrow and grief, black is the appropriate color for the theme of the occasion. Black is associated with death and all things goth.
Black can also mean power and authority, but we’ll look into that later.
It’s morning. You’re dressed and all set to go.
Everything about your outfit is fitted and perfect.
If you’re as meticulous about your outfits as I am, then you know that your dress shirt collars have to be perfect. They are a huge focal point that can make or break your style. Over the years I have searched numerous ways of keeping my dress shirt collars as pristine as when I first bought them. I’ve tried using magnets, over-sized collar stays, and even tucking in my shirt more from the back so that it pulls up the collar.
The average height of an american man is 5’9″.
There’s a reason why statistics, like the one above, exist for height. Height is associated with traits that, for the most part, people don’t have. For example:
So I recently built my very own custom closet at home. I put emphasis on the “very own” because those of us that had siblings growing up, having our own closet is a big thing. It’s also as equally exciting when you have it after you’re married. At least for now, this area is all mine.