Are you always early, generally on time (plus or minus 10 minutes) or late to an event?
Always on time, since I do think it's a great disrespect letting someone wait.
Am always on time. If i will be late for some unforeseen reason, i always communicate in advance. I hate lateness and i think being late is lack of respect
I will always early on time to an event. Because for me if I reach for an event before time then i will easily involved with the people. I have 10 minutes more to get relax and stay fresh for that event. I like to be reach early for any event.
I'm generally on time. I agree with the other posters here in that it is disrespectful to be late.
I agree with every answer given. It's disrespectful to be late, so if I'm running behind I always make a phone call so the other person knows what's going on.
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