Dee Grande said:
maybe YOU need to read the article. nowhere in the article did he imply that taking off his suit was some sort of reward for becoming a billionaire. in fact, he even suggests that his employees shouldn't have to rock em either. he was basically pointing out how he spent so much time blindly d!ckriding the "standard," when it really didn't mean a whole lot
the article is basically mocking dumbasses who seem to think that their "proper" clothing makes them better people
Where did I say he claimed it was a reward?
Let me highlight some key points for you:
"After I sold MicroSolutions I decided that I never would wear a suit again...but then Todd and I started AudioNet which would morph into Broadcast.com. With our new business, I decided that I would have to wear a suit; When Broadcast.com was sold, the suit went out the window completely."
MicroSolutions sold for $6 Million. Broadcast.com sold for almost $6 billion. So, like I said, he stopped wearing a suit after he was already a billionaire.
It's actually very common with human psychology, people will use or take advantage of a certain practice, item, person, etc. then when they have reached their goal they claim they never needed it. People don't like to feel indebted.