Have you ever wondered why some people never seem to arrive to places on time? Now I know that everyone is late now and then, but I’m talking about people who tend to run late MOST of the time.
Maybe it’s only 5, 10, or 15 minutes late on occasion, so it’s not always so noticeable. In those cases, they are late enough that it isn’t detrimental to their event, but still a little annoying to those around them. But then there are those who run anywhere from 30 minutes to over an hour late. Know anyone like that?
Today, I have a confession for you. My confession is that I used to struggle with being on time. Kinda ironic, isn’t it, considering I’m technically a Time Management Specialist. I guess it’s just a classic case of “the cobbler’s children go barefoot and have no shoes.”
I can say that I’ve gotten MUCH better over the years, because I used to be really bad. I was rarely ever more than 20 minutes late, but I was chronically 5-15 minutes late most of the time. Like I said, I’ve gotten much better, but I still find that I struggle with it.
In today’s episode I reveal WHY most people are habitually late… because there is a lot of psychology behind it. And then we talk about a handful of practical solutions, tips, and techniques that I’ve applied to my own life that can definitely help you to be on time more often.
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