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1631: Appropriation by Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle on Intentional Spending & Conscious Consumer Spending

2020-05-29 | 🔗

Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle shares his thoughts on intentional spending.

Episode 1631: Appropriation by Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle on Intentional Spending & Conscious Consumer Spending

Colin Wright is a professional author and international speaker who co-founded a publishing company and travels full-time, moving to a new country every four months or so--that country determined by the votes of his readers! He also blogs. Colin's a minimalist in that he owns very few things and is careful in how he consumes. He tends to buy less, but invest in quality when he does, and trends toward the same in relationships, business endeavors, and just about everything else. He's left-handed, blue-eyed, scary good at Tetris, and can’t cook.

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you sharing it with someone in getting them to subscribe goes a really long way to keep this all going in it's a lot always makes my data here people sharing it or see people sherry online so thank you for that but for now get right to today's post ankle you optimizing your life appropriation khan right of exile lifestyle i come there's a meme going around in which an attractive person is shown wearing fashionable clothing in public fifthly there were something a little over the top or at the very least rugged and our high end way the captain of the bows of the text has played over the image reads live your life if you trace such messages to their source is remarkable how they promulgate this one start as a reference to a hip hop song by tee iron rihanna which if you watch the video evokes the sense of not giving it about what other be think regardless of how you spend your time and how you earn your money does devil may care attitude
then carried over to a few clothing brands including american eagle and was present primarily when young girl looking people were shown dress to the ninth while doing things i would likely ruin the clothing they were wearing after a few years this concept arrived in the blogging scene and fashion blogger started display a well dressed skier gaol strutting or otherwise owning there look back down the fine something or another the phrase appropriated for the image they vote we use such images to help to find ourselves to the world is no mistake at our door desires are in just as fashion companies release a new fashion line appropriating the lumberjack is looked ass experience a resurgence nazi areas this then provides a shorthand for people to use and how they dress by wearing these clothes i'm showing my fondness for not just as assured but the lifestyle associated with it i make things a little old fashioned maybe you have a turntable i'm hearkening backed a simpler times though still me
use of modern technology the shirt tells you how i'm living my life cuz it's appropriate the shorthand imagery that clothing labels provide us with we are appropriated by them we're walking billboards for their brands as we're out living our lives showing what tribe were part of by dressing the part others look at us or actions are social groups are instagram's in tweets and think okay this person is someone i'd like to emulate how do i look more like that how do i fit in with that crowd the cycle continues appropriation is natural it's an extension of how we as babies look at adults to see how to act and his teens looked older it is see how to act and as adult looked at used to see out act is an endless cycle that has new players all these brands but it needs to be a native cycle if are aware of this tendency and can self reflect about why were appropriating and
these inherited brand ideologies represent we can benefit from those prepackaged collections of meaning while also more clearly expressing who we are to the people around us we can in short more clearly speak by using words and phrases others have carefully strong together for us it has been in the whole thing though less we find ourselves appropriated end result only representing ideas and people we pay we don't want to be associated with remember late nineteenth and early two thousands when the gap brands were exposed as using child labour in southeast asia these were brands are represented a very specific preppy inspired lifestyle to those who wore their clothing where a gap branded shirt and you were sporty in clean cut collegiate post scandal wearing their clothing made a person look socially tone deaf unaware of what was happening in the world like someone who wore tidy polo shirts and skirts at the expense of tormented children in a developing country i think most people
clothing at a time when to have expressed their views as such and likely would have been horrified to find out that this was the perception others had of them regardless accompany took a major hit their branding efforts were reduced russia's for a time and they struggle to rebuild and regain their audiences truss as we appropriate we are appropriated branding goes both ways in every purchasing decision you make if the product is something you were her or using public says something to others value overly or covertly whether were aware of it or not this knowledge can be used to our advantage will be aligned with companies we believe in and brands that represent our points of view but it also causes to be all talk no lock it can apply to us labelled we don't actually lie with or haven't earned lessening the incentive to ever in them to actually they have our lives know who it is dear forming these relationships with and support the companies that align with your values this is how we shaped
for environment that depends on us fears for their messages and slogans this is how become willing and capable participants in the appropriation cycle rather than simply hers ignorant of the billboards we wear and the messages they spread you just listen to the post titled appropriation
i call on right of exile lifestyle die come a real quick thanks to anchor for hosting this podcast anger anchor is the easiest way to make pie cast they'll distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard everywhere spotify apple podcast google podcast and many more you can easily make money from your broadcast to with no minimum listener ship anger gives you everything you need in one place for free which you can use right from your phone or computer creation tools lighter recording eddie you're podcast so it sounds great download the anchor up or go to anchor dot fm to get started in corners a quick little funny update his posts or rather for you here update april twenty first twenty seventeen miss been interesting watching the hipster throwback look evolve over the years the lumberjack thing has subsided but the
you're trend has still going strong and there's old fashioned looking tech everywhere these days so thank you to call and i agree with that update before she now the pandemic more guys are letting their beards grow out my business personally has his moustache probably longer than its ever been before i'm gonna shave though so that should do it for the friday episode of a great weekend of your listening in real time and i'll catch you over the weekend where optimal life awaits
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