I finish everything I do on time.


Simplicity is prerequisite for reliability.

Edsger Dijkstra

I like to do everything on time. Whether I am meeting a friend for dinner, turning in a report at work, or getting my garbage cans to the curb, I am always on time. I value punctuality.

At work, everyone knows that I am prompt and reliable. If I say I can have something done by a certain time or date, everyone trusts my word on that. My boss appreciates my ability to complete my work on time.

My friends know that I avoid being late at all costs. They like the fact that I am on time, every time.

I take a lot of pride in being reliable. I dislike wasting anyone’s time. I have respect for people and their time.

It is easier to be on time than it is to be late. Life is much less stressful when I do things ahead of time. Lateness leads to stress and mistakes.

I start all of my tasks with plenty of time to spare.

I like to work ahead and do my best. It is easier to do my best when I am relaxed and have plenty of time to work with.

Today, I maintain my habit of being on time with all of my meetings, tasks, and other obligations. I am sure to give myself all the time I need to accomplish what I want to do, in the time frame that I want to do it in.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. When I am late to work, what does this cost me? How do people view me at work when I fail to complete a task on time?
2. Do my friends consider me to be trustworthy with regards to time? What can I do to ensure that I am more reliable?
3. What is my most common excuse for being late?

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