>but i don't have the discipline to stay on schedule
>how did you learn patience
Not with that attitude
Keep it simple and not very strict at first, do not think of « at 18:00 I have to do X » instead allow some flexibility by organizing this as « today I must do X, Y, and Z ». And do not overwhelm yourself with things, again, it is a mistake to try to fix every single aspect of yourself at once, I think that the first thing you should do is to establish a cleaning routine, establish orderly behavior and start on fixing your alimentation. After that you can start with other aspects. I would too start learning manners, the only people who think manners are not necessary are those who do not know them or don't know the why.
>you are such a chad (*~*)
It may sound like a lot, but I just never openly judge people nor follow gossip, people feel safe around me. Is not charisma, I still treat most people very distantly and speak in a very cutting manner with people I do not know.
>You guys have any advice for giving the best impressions during job interviews?
Confidence, seriousness but not not in the stick-up-my-ass way, still be friendly but make it clear that you know when to stop having fun and do what needs to be done, eye contact in a reassuring and confident manner; too much and you will pressure people, to little and you will be too passive, make it clear that you want to work, do not imply any intent in leaving, following other plans and the like.
Your language also gives up a lot, the difference between « When do we start? » and « Let's start » is that of someone who gets a manager position and someone who gets a lower job. Modern job interviews are full of hidden traps like this, you have to be very sharp. Mind your manners, most are about being mindful of others so they give out the best impression.
>how do i not look like a homeless person/criminal
Hygiene, cleanliness, nice clothes (not expensive, just well-taken care of), clean skin, clean hair, nice breath, smelling nice, admitting responsibility without making yourself less,
>what clothing styles are considered degenerate/unmanly
Aside from « bad taste » anything that tries to make up for your faults as a man, clothes are decoration, not the whole thing, wearing nice clothes is fine as long as they match your body and personality. Usually, excessive clothes devoid of culture do not represent any realistic part of any man, and must be avoided
>someone in the thread above mentioned hair style, are there degenerate hairstyles? is long hair inherently degenerate?
Same as clothes