Always Late? How To Be On Time — For Real

I found this article very helpful. Especially for people like me who are always late 🙂

TIME

Before writing her book, Never Be Late Again, management consultant Diana DeLonzor was always, always late. “It didn’t matter what time I got up. I could get up at six and still be late for work at nine,” she recalls. She was reprimanded at work, lost friendships, and her timely husband was always mad at her. She couldn’t stand being late, yet she just couldn’t change.RELATED: Are Your Habits Bad for Beauty? “Most people really hate being late and have tried many times to fix it,” DeLonzor says. “Punctual people misunderstand. They think you’re doing it as a control thing, or that you’re selfish or inconsiderate. But, it really is a much more complex problem than it seems.”In a study she led at San Francisco State University of 225 people, she found that about 17 percent were chronically late. Among them, there were clear patterns. Late people tended…

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