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End habitual tardiness by taking control of time


Being late isn’t fashionable anymore (if it ever was). Habitual tardiness says a lot about you, none of it good.

Arriving late may not seem like a big deal, but it demonstrates your inability to manage time and responsibility. It tells others that you are unreliable and unable to meet deadlines. It is also rude and conveys that you think your time is more precious than everyone else’s.

Three time management tips to help take control of your life:

– Don’t hit snooze. Make every minute count.

– Map out your daily priorities on your calendar.

– Set meeting reminders to stay organized.

Lauren Martin, The Tampa Bay 100

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