The Rules Revisited I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men. If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset. At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
Today we will explore why it is so important to be on time for all of your scheduled events. Whatever your appointment may be—a phone call, a business meeting, or a dinner engagement—you should always strive to be on time. Why Be on Time? Demonstrates that you are diligent and dependable. Indicates that you honor your commitments and you can be trusted.
Shows that you have respect for other people and that you care as much about their time as your own. Sets a good example for your children and others who look up to you. Builds self-confidence and success.
One of the common attributes of all successful people is that they view their time as a precious resource. When you are late for appointments with people who value their time, you will have wasted one of their most valuable assets and there is a good chance they will view you as rude, irresponsible and disrespectful.
Is this how you want to brand yourself? Not only should you make every effort to be on time for business-related appointments, but you should also do your utmost to be on time for personal commitments. Keeping Appointments Not only should you strive to be on time for an appointment, but also I recommend that you set a goal to arrive at least five minutes early.
To give yourself a buffer in case something delays you.
Planning to show up at the exact time of your appointment leaves no room for error. To be relaxed for the appointment. Running through the door stressed out because you were rushing, never reflects well on you.
To make sure you are prepared for the appointment. Always arrive early so you will have a few minutes to relax, think about your agenda, and get organized. If I am meeting with some prospective clients at a restaurant, I select a table out of the way.
Being early gives me the opportunity to determine the best location for the meeting and ensure that the clients are not distracted. To avoid making up an excuse for being late.
When I was a realtor, I would arrive for my appointments five minutes early to gather my presentation materials and review any notes I had taken.
Then at the exact time of the appointment I would ring the bell. This was an easy way to make a great first impression.
This puts you in control. If you are the person responsible for initiating the call, what kind of impression will you make? Will it be positive, neutral or negative? If you want to really gain the edge in life, take advantage of all opportunities to make a positive impression on others.
Negative Impression—If you call more than five minutes early or more than five minutes late, you run the risk of making a negative impression.Handing homework in on time is important because homework is given for a reason and what ever the reasons, guidelines and respect for the person who gave the homework should be shown.
Time is important to us all and the misuse of it can sometimes be a burden to us in the long term. noun. a material object without life or consciousness; an inanimate object. some entity, object, or creature that is not or cannot be specifically designated or precisely described: The stick had a brass thing on it.
anything that is or may become an object of thought: things of the spirit. Not only should you make every effort to be on time for business-related appointments, but you should also do your utmost to be on time for personal commitments.
Valuing your friend’s time and earning their respect is an important part of your individual reputation. Half the Sky Movement is not affiliated or connected with Half the Sky Foundation.
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