Do you always get late for work? On time, that’s just not you, right? And when you reach the office, everybody welcomes you with judgmental looks. But you can’t just do anything about it because that’s just the way you are. Is it something bad? Something to worry about? The answer to this question is, NO. In fact, science has an entirely different opinion about you.
Science has an answer to this habit of getting late. As per Science, habitually late people are more optimistic in life. A research shows that people who are late tend to be more optimistic, good at multi-tasking and more hopeful.
It makes them bad time estimators, but for the long run, it proves very helpful for them.
Another research conducted by San Diego State University declares that lateness is associated with Type B people (people who are laid back, easier going, not that stubborn and very adaptive to surroundings). So, people like us, don’t usually worry about smaller things in life.
Diana DeLonzor, a Management consultant and the author of the book ‘Never Be Late Again’, states: Most late people have been late all their life, and they are late for every type of activity — good or bad.
Surprisingly little scientific research has been done on tardiness, but some experts subscribe to the theory that certain people are hardwired to be late and that part of the problem may be embedded deep in the lobes of the brain.
According to science, If you’re always late, you’re probably more creative.
So being always late is nothing but a result of your personality. We’re more creative than most of the people out there. We’re different from that crowd you see outside, who are all the same, robots.