Does Anyone Still Dress Up For Work? These People Do. Here’s Why.
Sam Mallikarjunan

I’ve learned from personal experience that making my bed and dressing for work, at home, makes all the difference in attitude and even in the way I engage with prospects and customers on the phone. When I spend the day in pajamas, I don’t get nearly as much done. It’s tempting to comment about the cliched, tired, start-up uniform of logo t-shirts and dirty-looking jeans that overwhelms San Francisco and the Bay Area. Instead, it would be interesting to measure productivity, output, and new revenue, e.g. quarter over quarter, with the only difference being the dress code. Who’s up for that challenge?