If you want to improve your overall “style”, especially in a high-competition city like Dallas or even in the competitive suburbs, then you know that it is tough to differentiate yourself. Doing so in a manner that earns respect and admiration from others in your world is not an easy task. What makes this so difficult for many people is that they have several emotional burdens they carry which affect their overall energy.
The lack of energy, lack of confidence, and lack of feeling powerful with an abundance of options in life will permeate one’s attempt at having “style”. This is because while the outward appearance is relatively easy to change (hair, clothing, car, and body shape), the inner emotions people carry often harbor an “ugly side” which shows itself more often than you might think. Here are just a few examples:
- marriage problems lead to a sense of uncertainty, victimization, distrust in others, and many other negative emotions
- parents with kids who have emotional problems (such as needing help with ADHD or self image and esteem issues) often carry burdens of guilt from poor choices made during pregnancy or when the kids were very young… even if these emotions are not necessarily based on actual actions
- people going through breakups often find themselves vulnerable which can lead toward a defensive mindset all the time, even to people who have no reason to be considered “threatening”
- people who are spiteful, jealous, envious of others or who have an over-exaggerated sense of their importance in the world can ruin their attempts at improving “style” by showing a very mean/caustic demeanor
- narcissistic people can ruin any attempt at their outcome for “style” simply due to sending out awful energy into their environments, often to the very people they are trying to impress with their style efforts
All of these emotional issues, and many others, harm good fashion sense and basic social protocols: longtime markers of “style”. It is possible to clean up those emotional issues if a true awareness of themselves can be understood. It is not pretty or easy for these people to as dramatic a “makeover” emotionally as they can with their outward fashion and style.
Nonetheless, it usually is a helpful and long-term beneficial approach. Yes, it may cost money and time and open up all sorts of emotions long buried away. By making it through and cleaning up your inner world almost always translates toward an improved energy that people will gravitate toward naturally. This will allow any “style” you have to be that much more appealing due to people wanting to be in your company, regardless of what you are driving or your fashion sense. By complementing a great attitude with terrific fashion, you one day can bring out a sense of energy that is healthy, attractive, and makes you unique (differentiates you) from everyone else in your environment.