How many times has this happened to you? You come into the office in the morning with an achievable plan to get all your work done. You grab your coffee and you are ready to perform. You have handled your correspondence with ease and have moved on to your first few tasks. A few hours fly by and you realize that you have a meeting to attending right after lunch. You get lunch off site and are a little late to return, but that is not a big deal considering that this happened to everyone else. The meeting ends up starting a full half hour later than the planned time and bleeds over another 45 minutes past schedule. You return to your desk to finish work but are already so behind that you will not be able to finish everything. Being on time may seem like a good-manner policy, but it can also help you ensure that your schedule does not get pushed. If you are looking to increase your productivity, read this article today to learn the best ways to stay timely!
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