“The habit of being prompt once formed extends to everything — meeting friends, paying debts, going to church, reaching and leaving place of business, keeping promises, retiring at night and rising in the morning, going to the lecture and town-meeting, and, indeed, to every relation and act, however trivial it may seem to observers.”

–William Makepeace Thayer, Tact and Grit, 1882

Punctuality is one of the important characteristic we should maintain in our life, this helps us to complete or work on time and it’s a sign of courtesy with the ones we´re meeting.

Rajeshkannan says that a punctual person will be respected by everyone. One who is punctual is reliable and people believe punctual people because they do not miss to perform a task. So, in any place, be it school, college or workplace, punctuality matters a lot. Punctuality gives way to success without doubt.

The virtue of punctuality is said to be the key to success. Look at the great world leaders who have achieved fame and success. Punctuality was their hallmark. They kept their promises. Punctuality is a virtue that is appreciated by all.

When you’re not punctual people tend to desperate, and sometimes by not being punctual you can lose important opportunities, that’s why you should always try to be on time when you’re meeting someone, your need to learn to respect the time of other people, not being punctual it’s not just your time. Nowadays time is really valuable and you have to take advantage of it every time you can.