The importance of being on time in life and in the military. One reason as to why being on time is important is because showing up late is rude and it messes up other people's schedules. Showing up on time shows that you are not only responsible but professional as well. Showing up late makes you come off as flaky and people will think that you do not care about your career. Even though showing up on time to an appointment shows responsibility and professionalism, showing up a few minutes early is even better.
If the Buy Nothing day was to take place, there would be severe complications pertaining to transportation. People would rush to buy gas ahead of time and that would be dangerous. Also, gas prices would fluctuate when consumers would rush to buy their gas. You may be able to gauge how much gas you use and may prepare yourself for the Buy Nothing day but what if something obviously happened? What happened if your car broke down?
A list won't stop you from doing this but it will certainly limit it and set you in the right direction. Once you've compiled your list of items, you must determine when you are going to go to the store. Many people tend to stop after work or go on the weekends. However, another key to survival is actually going at
If you are on time, then you are late.". This would be the reason why we work with the ideology of always being 15 minutes early, and in some cases, even earlier than that in the military and in some cases in the outside world. After a while, soldiers will start to learn responsibility and time management techniques to fit daily tasks into our busy schedules, without failing to meet our time standards for formations. Within the military and civilian world, it is still equally important to be able to learn, value, and advance these skills to work for you. Once mastering these techniques, not only will you not get scolded for absences and late appearances, you will also look like a squared away, punctual soldier, with the look of being a motivated individual.
This puts the public in danger as they may have to evacuate a certain location and they do not know that they need to be doing this, then they are in risk of losing their lives. Also, if a Police Officer was speaking in slang and being disrespectful towards a member of the public, then they are letting down the service
To begin with, some argue that under some circumstances texting can be regarded as safe and helpful. This is definitely true in cases where one finds his or herself stuck in traffic and in dire need of urgent help. For example, if Mr. Anderson is has to communicate to his colleagues that he will be late for a board meeting it seems appropriate for him to alert them by text that he would be late. While this might appear to be a great idea, it undoubtedly takes away the driver’s attention even if it is for a few seconds thereby making him unaware of his surroundings and this could prove to be detrimental. Paying little to no attention while in traffic could cause minor accidents and the use of a phone should certainly be avoided at all cost.
This could cause poor commitment to work such as failing to respond to phone calls, emails, being late for meetings, they would have trouble concentrating and become disorganised as morale will be low due to lack of self esteem and feeling of unworthiness which could lead to sub-standard performance resulting in disciplinary action. It could also cause and increase in mistakes which may lead to complaints from clients and customers. Stress in a couple of people can adversely impact on others in the team e.g if one team member is off on long term sick leave with a stress related illness, this can have a big impact on the workload and morale on the rest of the team. 6. List symptoms of stress in the workplace.
Another weakness I have as a public speaker is that I tend to stumble and skip sentences. This affects my public speaking because when you stumble and skip sentences your audience will most likely will not be able to understand the points that you are trying to make in your speech. They will get confused. My last weakness is that I lack the inner confidence. I am always judging and doubting myself.
If you are working in a fast paced environment with strict market launch deadlines, this approach most likely won’t work. You’d likely be knocked off schedule and miss your deadline. The traditional approach is most successful when a project does not include a lot of change and most details of the project are realized at the beginning. The extreme approach differs from the traditional project management style because it actually allows you to plan for change and uncertainties. Timing is also a big difference between the traditional and extreme approach.
Sometimes i dont feel like doing something i won't do it or wait to the last minute. That brings me to my other weakness procrastination. For example if i am told to do something by 8:00 i will probably wait into 7:59 to do it. Everyday you have to go through easy and difficult things but every day lok at it as a good thing and just do it it makes it easier to through