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Media Appearances for Featured Title, Never Be Late Again, 7 Cures for the Punctually Challenged
Never Be Late Again has been featured in numerous national and international media such as, the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Morning News, New York Times, London Times, Good Housekeeping Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, NBC News, ABC News, NPR, and many other other media.
Recent Press Releases:
What Do Bill Clinton and Naomi Campbell Have in Common? (It's Not What You Think)
Know a Late Person? Send a Citation
State Employees Take Punctuality Lessons
Why is She Always So (#?*) Late!?
Diana DeLonzor is an internationally recognized management consultant who headed a study in association with San Francisco State University, investigating chronic lateness, its causes, and the psychological characteristics of late people versus the timely. She has been featured in the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Morning News, the BBC, New York Times, Good Housekeeping Magazine, NBC News, ABC News, NPR, and numerous other national and international media.Her clients include Fortune 500 companies and government agencies such as Tyco, the State of California, and Briggs Corp.
NOT TOO LATE, Even the Terminally Tardy can Learn Time Management
At his high school in Santa Monica, Mark Reichel set a new record for tardiness, showing up late for class 72 times in a single semester. In college in San Luis Obispo, a professor called him on the carpet for his chronic lateness and lavish excuses. Now Reichel is a father, a homeowner and a lawyer, but some things never change. Article>>
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How to Manage Mornings Without Screaming, Nagging, or Pulling Your Hair Out
It’s 8:05 a.m., your six-year old is supposed to be at school at 8:30, and he still hasn’t eaten his breakfast because he’s busy looking for a missing backpack. You have two other children to dress and feed, and your refrain of, “Come-on, let’s go” is beginning to sound like an overly sensitive car alarm that blares warnings every few minutes—heard but largely ignored. Sound familiar? Nearly all parents have mornings like these. Even if you're normally a model of efficiency and organization, mornings can make you crazy and stressed to the breaking point. Article>>
Never Be Late Again, 7 Cures for the Punctually Challenged
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