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We all know someone who just can't be on time. They had to finish one more email or got stuck on a call with a friend, or completely lost track of time.
There are several potential contributing factors to tardiness.
Studies show that those who check the clock more often tend to be on time.
The problem could be poor time management skills. They're not good at estimating how long tasks will take or may get caught up in the moment.
If you are always late by the same amount of time, you likely have some fear of downtime. As a result, you may feel like you have to fill every minute with something useful so that you won't sit around waiting.
Some people have an underlying feeling that their time is more important than everyone else's. Politicians or businesspeople may exert their authority by keeping others waiting.
However, most people don't realise that their delay has this effect on others. They think the struggle to be on time is common. Still, lateness can come off as inconsiderate.
When you're late, you're rushing, your brain is multitasking, trying to pick between what you have time for and what you must do faster.
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