Lifestyle - Other | 9-18 yrs

Punctuality As A Way Of Life


Punctuality is one of the most significant values your child will need in her day-to-day life. Whether it is going to school in the morning, or submitting her assignment to the teacher, being on time will certainly make her fare better than the others. If you make something that is required in your child’s everyday life as entire her way of life, she will start excelling in everything.

However, punctuality is not something that could be developed by overnight. It might take days or months to get accustomed to. Hence, it is imperative to start young.

Another reason you should start young is that, punctuality, as a value and practice, is highly regarded in the society. Your child being on time every time will gain her respect from her superiors as well, and also speaks for the value she upholds. 

An article in says, “Explain to children that being on time says a lot about one’s integrity. Tell them it isn’t good to keep people waiting, especially if a promise is made to meet at a certain time. Let them know people could feel let down by these actions.”

‘Better late than never, but never late is better,’ said Drake, an American singer. Never being late could seem like an impossible task, but it is possible if one respects and follows punctuality. The articles compiled in this ClipBook enables you to do just that – respect and follow punctuality. To also know how you can instill good time management skills in your child, have a look through it.


The Importance Of Being Punctual

Embracing punctuality is more than just an admirable trait; it introduces you to a brand new way of living that you will love! You feel content and happy with yourself rather than frustrated and guilty.

Positve Effects Of Punctuality

As the proverb goes, ‘Punctuality is the soul of business.’ It is that significant quality that defines an individual as a reliable, responsible and efficient person. A person who respects and values time accomplishes much in life. Being punctual ...

Improve Your Life By Being On Time

Being on time matters; it matters a lot. However, a large number of people have a problem being punctual. In fact, surveys show that 15 to 20% of the US population is consistently late. There are many negatives that go along with having a habit of...

How To Be On Time

Most people really hate being late and have tried many times to fix it, DeLonzor says. “Punctual people misunderstand. They think you’re doing it as a control thing, or that you’re selfish or inconsiderate. But it really is a much more complex pro...

Tips For Better Time Management

Are you usually punctual or late? Do you finish things within the time you stipulate? Do you hand in your reports/work on time? Are you able to accomplish what you want to do before deadlines? Are you a good time manager?

Habits Of Very Punctual People

Punctuality isn’t just about showing up places on time; it’s a lifestyle. Punctual people will typically be reliably punctual because of their other habits, including being highly organized. They tend to keep up-to-date calendars of what’s going o...

Ways To Instill The Importance Of Punctuality In Children

The habit of being on time cannot be implemented overnight. It may take months or years to actually get accustomed to it. Hence, it is very important for children to be taught the value of punctuality while they’re young.

How To Help Your Kids Become More Punctual

So, your kids are constantly late for everything from the school bus, to ballet lessons, to dinner? If you haven't introduced them the idea and/or concept of punctuality, you must do so now before things get out of hand.

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