Being on time is a challenge for everyone.
It’s not impossible to be on time.
But you do have to change the way you live your life.
- Leave early.
- Plan travel time based on the speed limit then add another 10 minutes.
- Make 10 minutes early as “on time”.
- Make “on time” as late.
- And make “late” unacceptable.
Clear expectations and predictable accountability always yield much better results than unclear expectations and little to no accountability.
Sometimes, the obvious is too unpleasant to think about and too challenging to put into habitual practice.
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