Punctuality – A Must in Business Etiquette

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Punctuality is a simple way to show courtesy and respect for others: your customers, your clients and your colleagues.  When you show up late for appointments, meetings or meals, you send a clear message to others that your time is more important than theirs. Punctuality should not be viewed as the art of guessing how late the other fellow is going to be. Instead it should be valued as the heart and soul of good business.

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2 thoughts on “Punctuality – A Must in Business Etiquette

  1. Info Etiquettepage

    One of the most important part of business etiquette is punctuality. Thank you for explaining what punctuality really means and how much does it really matter in the growth of an individual and as well as growth of business. It is really the true heart and soul of a good business.

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