We want to address this gift of Time head-on. We need to be Known as people who keep, control, plan and respect our time here on earth. If you get a hold of your time, everything usually falls into place.Amazingly, each of us has been blessed with one thing in common – “the gift of 24 hours each day.” How we use that time makes you (us) or breaks you (us). It takes you to great heights or takes you to valleys low. That is why some people find personal success and others are left behind. You get to love and respect yourself through keeping time. In fact, this is something you do for yourself. I have heard and read many times “Time is respect!” Yet we are still failing to respect people and appointments. Actually when you fail to keep time/appointments, you are simply stating that, what you are doing, is much more Important than the appointment you set. Subsequently, people start losing hope and faith in your words. 

I have also frequently heard that, “ You reap what you Sow”, and  Many of us are reaping what we are sowing  with time. Time is money; do not be fooled. Your choices with time yield fruits. In the world we live in today, time is everything. If you are not on time, you may loose out on the best. Time simply waits for no man.

 Keep in mind that you are an extra-ordinary person and there is no limit to what you can do regarding keeping time.  Make an effort to keep time on every appointment/commitment you have set for the next 21days and you will never be the same again.

If you really can not make it on time,  call 30 – 60 minutes earlier. It is simple integrity to respect people by keep time and informing them how late you will be.

The good news is the journey of 1000 miles begins with a one single, small, step. The secret is to start small. Keep taking one-step at a time. Time is never against you.  You have been given authority to control your time. Use your authority wisely.  


About klungiwe

Katherine Lungiwe is a Sales executive. One of my best quote is “If it’s going to be, it’s up to you”.

Posted on November 15, 2007, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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