punctuality

Here are five ways to embrace being on time in the new year, including losing your fear of being early.
So stop trying to fit in those last-minute emails before heading out the door. Get in the car earlier than you have to. Don't put yourself in the situation of having to come up with excuses for being late. Instead, be known as someone who is always on time. And watch your life change as a result.
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What time suckers are hiding around your house?
Time is as richly complex as culture itself. For task-oriented people, such as the Swiss, time might be seen as linear -- rigid, plannable, organized into blocks, systematic.
You know what's fashionable? A DVF wrap dress. Not strolling in after we've already ordered (and eaten) the entire bread bowl.
I have experienced these three specific habits that I mention below. I have to say that when I stopped practicing them my life got lighter and much clearer, more sober and grounded. Check them out... maybe you practice one of them. Changing them can really upgrade your well-being.
We all have a horror story about being late -- arriving at a wedding just as the bride and groom are running off in a shower of birdseed or picking up your panicked child at an otherwise empty field after baseball practice. You're not alone. So before you're late for your next very important date, consider these six tips for being right on time.
Running five minutes late may not seem like a big deal to you, but for others it clearly sends the message that you are not a good time manager. Punctuality is harder for some than it is for others, but it's a skill that can be learned.
Punctual people are nurturers. Of course late people can be kind and compassionate, but the punctual crowd seems to be a
3. Get down with downtime. Eternally tardy people, particularly those who fall into the "producer" category described above
I have found a disturbing trend happening in our society. Some people are actually falling into the habit of being late. And what is worse is that they find it totally acceptable.
Your relationship to time is one of your most important relationships. Consider that time is the currency of your life. All the choices you make about how to spend your time add up to the kind of life you have.
When I moved from trying to fit prayers into my life to fitting my life around my prayer schedule, I instantly removed a great deal of clutter from my daily routine.
It is a cultural trademark of Latinos that we run late, or flake on deadlines, or just wander in at some point during the party.