The girl went to work in the same three years to prove one important thing
The girl went to work in the same three years to prove one important thing
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Matilda Kahl once discovered that she was spending too much time collecting her morning wardrobe. And I decided to do like many successful men: wear the same thing.

Previously, Matilda carefully selected a wardrobe for every day. This was important to her, because her work is directly related to creativity. When the girl was appointed creative director of the company, the time to build a wardrobe became less and less. Then she just decided to dress the same every day.

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Of course, the girl didn't wear the same clothes. I just bought 15 identical slink blouses, four pairs of trousers, a jacket.

She saw how the men in her company were not very worried about almost identical shirts and ties, so why should she worry about this?

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Notable Creative People: Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, wear the same thing every day and no one would think of it. But a variety is still required from a woman, and this is extra time and often, extra money.

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At first, the authorities and colleagues did not understand Matilda's behavior. They even wanted to raise her salary to help buy new things. But the girl assured that she had enough finances, but did not have enough time.

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"Time is an important resource for a creative person," she explained, "and I also want to spend my potential on creating really important things, not combining clothes."

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At the same time, according to Matilda, after working hours she began to dress brighter and more varied: when this is perceived as a rest, and not a duty, there is time to pay attention to clothes.

Three whole years later, the girl's “protest” had the desired effect. They wrote about her in several fashion magazines, and her company one Friday held a campaign: "Dress like Matilda" to prove that what you are wearing really does not matter.

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