The day you make the decision to start getting places on time, that’s the day it’ll start happening.

Have you ever been late to:

  • Appointments
  • Work
  • Dinner
  • Meetings

The list goes on!

To wake up early you can:

  • Before you fall asleep, tell yourself you’ll get up on time
  • Put alarm on other side of the room
  • Do not go back to bed
  • Start your day

Taking responsibility of your life by being on time has many benefits that will last a lifetime:

  • Respected
  • Dependable
  • Builds self esteem
  • Will not get fired

Getting Places on Time

The Success Principles narrates a great story about taking responsibility of YOUR life.

This is easier said than done when you plan ahead.  Successful people plan!

One thing to plan for, attend Jack Canfield’s next Breakthrough to Success weekend seminar.

Better yet! After booking that event, attend Bob Proctors next Paradigm Shift weekend too.

Leave a comment if you’re going! We might see each other there!

To Start Getting Places on Time, Plan for:

  • Traffic
  • Long meetings
  • The worst to happen
  • Everything going wrong

It is better to be 10 minutes early than 1 minute late – your job may depend on it!

Becoming a Master of Time

Everyone is different when it comes to time management. Personally, I found numerous tools and trainings helpful:

What areas do you need to take more responsibility?


2 Comments

  1. David Kocol on May 12, 2014 at 9:12 PM

    Lucas, I find myself trying to do more, thus overextending myself and making myself late. As I improve on my time management skills, I’m working to give myself an extra half hour, arriving earlier (on time) than I would have.

    So far, preparing earlier makes me feel better and by honoring commitments by arriving earlier, I feel better about myself.

    Great topic, thanks for bringing it up.

    Always interested in ideas that improve my life.

    Thank You!

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