108. WILL YOU BE LATE TO THAT MEETING? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire kabiti

 108. WILL YOU BE LATE TO THAT MEETING?



Being on time is an important ability that is sometimes undervalued, particularly when you are a teenager. It is simple to believe that arriving for a meeting, class, or function a few minutes late is not a huge concern. On the other hand, a persistent tardiness might have unfavorable effects on your career, relationships, and reputation. Early on, you may set yourself up for success in both your personal and professional lives by realizing the value of punctuality.

Think about the first message you give, when you arrive late. You can give the impression to people that you don’t respect their time or the occasion itself, if you are late for a meeting or event. If you don’t mean to imply disrespect or irresponsibility, it could come off that way. Being on time demonstrates your consideration and dependability, two traits that are very highly valued in any relationship; whether with friends, family or future business partners.

Secondly, punctuality enables you to maximize your chances. You have an opportunity to get ready, collect your thoughts, and participate more effectively when you arrive early or on schedule. Better success in the classroom, extracurricular activities, and finally your job can result from this. It also enables you to take advantage of any unanticipated opportunities that could be present, including networking with powerful individuals or getting invited to significant talks.

Furthermore, being on time lessens tension and worry. Hastily rushing to meetings or lectures can be stressful and have a negative impact on your performance. Your work and engagements can begin with a clear, concentrated mind if you prepare ahead and provide ample time to arrive at the engagement. This not only enhances your performance but also improves your general well-being.

Furthermore, being late might negatively impact not just your schedule but that of others. A single tardiness might set off a chain reaction of delays that can ruin your whole day and possibly even harm people around you. For instance, missing a meeting for a group project can cause the entire group to lag behind. Effective time management guarantees that you can fulfill your obligations, and it promotes efficiency and harmony in your team or group.



Thank you very much for your time. 


This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)


Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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