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Jobs wore the same outfit daily


Jobs wore the same outfit daily

Not the exact same garments, but the same style.

Jobs adopted a dress code that consisted of a black turtleneck, jeans, and sneakers.

His style was simple, but he became known for it.

He would only wear Levis jeans, and it is rumored that he owned around 100 pairs of them.

Lots of highly successful people share a similar habit: they wear the same outfit every day.

The late Apple founder Steve Jobs' black turtleneck, blue jeans, and trainers are the most recognizable example, but Barack Obama and Mark Zuckerberg are also commonly known for their repetitive wardrobes.

The reasoning is simple. It reduces the number of decisions that they have to make on a daily basis, in order to save energy for the important ones.

"Decision fatigue" — as it's commonly referred to — is real, Barry Schwartz, a psychologist and visiting professor at UC Berkeley Haas told Insider. In his 2004 book, "The Paradox of Choice," he explored how having too much choice can leave us paralyzed and impact our ability to make decisions.

Our brains have a limited store of energy with which to make decisions. Every one of the thousands we make a day reduces this store

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