Right Place Right Time

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Allow me to begin by stating the Dictionary's definition of Punctual: punc'tu'al adj. Acting or arriving exactly at the time appointed; prompt.
Scheduling the work day is one of the most important duties any leader in the Army or the Armed Forces for that matter, tackle each and every day. Being at the right place at the right time for any member of the Armed forces is extremely essential to the defense of the entire United States of America. It's because of this that being on time is remarkably important. Dependability, accountability, consistency and discipline are all crucially related to being on time. Furthermore, promptness also shows that the individual Soldier aims high and has their priorities straight. However, being where one
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A cliche that is easy to remember: Timely actions allow no room for untimely Soldiers. Although this is merely an example it bears true to the mantra of always be on time everywhere you go. Of course being "on time" in the Army life is being at your destination at the very least ten minutes prior to your actual prescribed time of being present. By no means is there ever an exception to this rule. At least never in the Military world. Once again, it all can be traced back to discipline and duty.
A Soldier's consistency begins with his ability and discipline for being where he is ordered to be when he is ordered to be there. As simple as this task sounds it is often times the most difficult to achieve one hundred percent efficiency. Once again discipline comes into play as a major contributing factor, as well as infinite variables as one might imagine. However, one's; discipline, accountability, motivation, fortitude, integrity, respect, and duty can increase punctuality to near perfect levels. Of course a bit of good fortune doesn't hurt either. But that is neither here nor there. Additionally, success, respect, and dependability are just a few of the benefits and results of being on time, in plenty of time. Once again I cannot stress the keep it simple stupid method enough, being at the right place at the right time is the first and often times the most

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