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One of your friends or family member will be eternally late for every occasion. Sometimes you might be irritated by that one member. Have you ever thought about why they are chronically late for everything People born in this century top the list for being late? In a research done by YouGov in 2014, the result said that one in five Americans went to their office late at least once a week.

Characteristics of people who are lazy:

Human behavior is like an hourglass. People on one side are timekeepers. They will go to their office well before their office hours. Time benders are on the other side. Time benders hate the routine in their life.

Time benders don’t like the routine in their jobs. They lose their interest very soon. At the same time, when the deadline is nearing, they love the rush of adrenaline and do wonders in their jobs. In the workplace, we can easily find them.

Their table will be cluttered. Because they might not have finished the previous task before taking up the next task.

Compared to timekeepers, time benders see their time in the office differently. For them, the time space between each and every minute might not be the same. When they are immersed in their work, they forget about the time. Time benders will do a great job if their work comes with a definite deadline.

Are we late for everything?


We all can keep up time for the important things in our life.We will not be late when we know the consequences. We will not miss our flight or train. When there is no definitive deadline, that is, we are guilty of being perpetually late for the social event. Since there will be no terrible consequences.

In every friend’s circle, there might one habitual latecomer. If there is no late come in your group, then you might be the one. Most of the time, the latecomers don’t feel the need to change their late coming. One should work on a deadline basis to change from time benders to timekeepers. Every bad habit can be changed if we put in our sincere effort.

We can train ourselves to reach the office on time, not postpone our tasks. We can prepare a detailed schedule and follow the same. One can prepare a schedule to de-clutter their work table also. If we follow the schedule sincerely, being on time will become a habit. It is not necessary that one should always be the torchbearer of chronicle late comer. By implementing the deadline with the definitive consequences, we can change and become the timekeepers. 

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