What You Can Learn From Lateness

being late

We’ve all done it, overslept or spent too long getting ready, missed the bus, and then you’re running late. It’s not great and you can feel like you’re starting the day off on a negative. Everyone’s got a friend who is always late, you usually give them an extra half an hour to get anywhere so you’re not waiting around for them. However your late mate could actually help teach you something. Read this article on LinkedIn to learn more. Use this as motivation next time you’re tempted to hit snooze!

Even Tom Hiddleston knows it's important to be on time!
Even Tom Hiddleston knows it’s important to be on time!

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