Be on time today. And every day. For everything. For everyone. Another person's time is just as valuable and just as important as yours. If you make an appointment with someone and a previous appointment is running late, end that one and honor your next commitment. When...

Successful people don't waste time - theirs or someone else's. This thought crossed my mind as I waited on yet another person who was late for a meeting last week. As I waited, I made a list of what successful people do with time: Wake up...

Never make someone wait to do their job. Timing is planning ahead. So, today's tip is short but a timely reminder. Thanks to Son 2.0 for posting this - he has a college professor who apparently has never been taught this: Early is on time. On time is...

Over the years, I have interviewed the biggest rock stars in the world, several times. Most were always on time, not so much the new one hit wonders. Last week, I was discussing with a New York friend our mutual habitual earliness anywhere we go. He said something...

With Thanksgiving just a couple of days away, or the beginning of 'gravy season' as I like to call it, it seemed like a good time for a quick refresher course. Basic etiquette is a big part of your personal brand, something we actually used...

Today. Starting now. Be on time. Or a few minutes early. If you are running late or can't make the appointment, give the person you are meeting plenty of advance notice. Respect the time of others. "Better three hours too soon than a minute too late."...