“The surest way to be late is to have plenty of time. (But mismanage it.)”
— Leo Kennedy
You can stop rushing and be on time.
DON’T: Answer any phones, or check emails within five minutes of the time you need to leave.
DO: Account for the time it takes to get to your car or public transportation–walking, or taking an elevator.
DO: Allow cushion time to account for traffic, or other possible delays.
DO: Plan what to do if you arrive early: Read/respond to emails; bring a book or newsletter to read.
RESULT: Arriving on time or early to an appointment shows respect to the other person. If you are meeting with a client or potential client, arriving on time is extremely important. When you run late, your stress goes up, you become flustered and you may make a poor impression. When you arrive early, you have time to refresh yourself, reflect on what you are going to say, review your notes, relax or do a number of other activities as I mentioned above.
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Your time is precious. Manage it wisely.(SM)
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