4 Style Tips for A Divorced Man Tips To Dress Better and Improve Confidence

4 Style Tips for A Divorced Man Tips To Dress Better and Improve Confidence Hi! I’m Carl Centeno. I’m the founder of this style blog. Today, I’m going to be giving advice to a gentleman who wrote me. He’s recently divorced, he’s in his 40s, and I’m going to be giving him four tips on things that he can start to do to dress better and to start building up his confidence. Guys, if you enjoy this post, if you want more like this, please let me know down on the comments below. Click on the like button if you like the post and comment to my my blog. The reason I ask you to do this, I don’t want you to miss any of my ghost posts. In addition, I really feel we are putting out some great content.

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And when people see that our commentr numbers are going up I really love the community, but I also love the fact that we are able to bring in some great sponsors who enable me to make better posts, to make better articles. If you have not checked out this style blog, please go do that, guys. I have got tons of free infographics, free great articles. We’ve got that free 47-page e-book on men’s style, tons of content. So if you are only hanging out here on my blog, I really think you are missing out, so go check out this style blog and all of the stuff I have got for you over there. This is the letter that came in. Guys, this came in through my contact form at this style blog. That’s probably one of the best ways to reach me. A gentleman is saying, Carl, I’m 46 years old, recently divorced. I feel like I ignored style for 15 years. I focused on my family. I have never been sloppy in my dress, but I just seem to have lost my swagger.

For example, are my pleated dress pants with cuffs too dated? Maybe just confidence is gone given my circumstances. I need to know how I can start making better style decisions. This gentleman, he’s facing a number of issues right now and I think the most important thing for him is to have an emotional goal. He needs to write out exactly why he’s looking to improve himself. Gentlemen, anytime you set forth on a goal and this is probably I’m thinking back to when I went through Marine Corps OCS. The guys, they had superficial reasons for joining or trying to go through this. They dropped out. Basically, they were cut. If you are going to make it through a tough program, you have to have something that is driving you. You’ve got to have a real reason. If you look at an Olympian, he doesn’t do this for the money. You do it for something bigger.

You’re being driven by something. Talk to anyone that’s ever started a company and has actually made a great success out of it. Money really has little to do with that. It’s a nice reward, but really we were driven by something bigger. Write down those emotional triggers. Understand your why and then focus in on that. Number two, start to educate yourself. You’ve heard me said this many times. Guys, go get an email list. Subscribe to a my blog that you resonate. Find your Yoda. Find the person that you connect with.

If you are urban, maybe some of the stuff I’m talking about is not going to be a really close fit, then go check out Articles of Style. Dan and the team over there, very urban. I know that they are in definitely the bigger cities. Maybe you will find someone that’s in the Chicago area and has a style blogger over there. Maybe you want a woman’s perspective. Go check out Style Girlfriend. Maybe you want something that’s a little bit older school. Go check out The Art of Manliness. Guys, you want to find and get on the email list and let them connect with you. Let them share with you their best tips. Go buy their products. Barron over at the Effortless Gent has some great products.

Go purchase them if he connects with you. Really take action. Point number three is be held accountable. I think that you need to set up a goal. Maybe it is going to be dance lessons. Maybe it is going to be a physical event. Maybe you are going to do a half marathon this summer. Maybe you are going to go on a really week-long bike ride with a group, but you need to have a goal, something that’s out there that you are shooting for and is going to not only maybe force you to take better care of your body, but it is going to get you going in the right direction. What I find is if a guy is going to maybe enter a dance contest or is going to be going and giving a presentation, then he actually does put together his wardrobe because he knows that there are others that are going to expect him to look his best, to be able to speak. If you are going to a dance contest, you are going to have to dress a certain way and you are going to have to be comfortable with a new partner. Those are the kind of things when you have got that goal set up, you are going to hold yourself accountable. You’re going to start training.

You’re going to start practicing wearing the clothing and that’s going to help out a lot. The last thing I would recommend, point number four, start giving compliments. Whenever you give compliments to others, you will find that they give compliments back. It’s almost like a boomerang and that is going to help build up your confidence. I think a man going through what you just went through, it is going to be very important that you are able to build up your confidence. I talk about one of the most important things for pulling off any look is confidence. You have to believe in yourself. So if you are having problems with that right now, start to give compliments. It makes you feel good to give them and then others start to give them back. It’s just going to raise the bar and it is a self-reinforcing loop. All right, gentlemen, I hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know what you think down in the comments below.

I’ll see you in the next one. Bye-bye.

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