You can tell I’m running out of things to write about when my blog titles start getting longer. That’s not really the case today, but summing this up in three words seemed a lot of effort.
Every so often we have a non-uniform day at work, and I can’t help but feel just a bit more relaxed about doing work on those days; wearing jeans and trainers makes it far easier to just put my feet up and write a report whilst lying on the floor. So I suppose I’ve always known that what you wear has a direct influence on the way you behave.
The same’s true about sport. I’ve been told on a number of occasions that teams that wear red (like Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and AC Milan) traditionally do better than teams that wear other colours (like Real Madrid, Chelsea and Brazil). Just to prove it, some guy’s done a bunch of research on it and proved it.
The colours you wear directly influence the way you behave.
So if you’re feeling shy and want to be a bit more aggressive, start wearing black, reds and yellows. Or if you’re feeling angry, calm yourself down by wearing some lovely pastel greens and blues.