Do Wealthy People Tend To Be Always Late?

Posted under I am Always Late on Monday 5 March 2012 at 2:50 am

Definitely most of us have such friends or colleagues who are always late, so it is necessary to wait for them all the time. It happens all the time, when they’re getting ready to go out or must  finish up something they are doing. And, the most irritating thing is: such people do not feel responsible or sad because of their nasty habit. This can be really frustrating and depressing, but, unfortunately, we have to deal with such kind of people quite often.

Weathly peopleHave you ever thought that social level and wealth of people can play a role in developing bad habits like being always late? The scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have published the findings of their study which state that wealthy people actually tend to behave unethically, especially towards other people around them.

After analyzing people’s social rank based on such factors as education, wealth, the type of occupation and occupied position, etc., the experts came to quite surprising and unexpected conclusions. It turned out that those who achieved professional success, who have some wealth and are occupying relatively high positions in the business organizations are actually have much stronger tendency to such things as cheating, breaking the law, telling lies, and demonstrating other types of unethical behavior. At that, in most of the situations such behavior is directed to other people, or on making the life of other people harder and more problematic.

As the experts underline, more and more of current events are showing that relatively wealthy and rich people are actually more greedy and more focused on own interests and problems compared to the people with lower income. In particular, the analysis of San Fransisco experts have demonstrated that those who have more expensive cars are more often involved in traffic accidents and cut off other cars. In the framework of other experiment, it was found out that wealthier people tended to admit that they used lies and other types of unethical behavior in order to win in a card game or receive a 50 dollar prize.

In a similar way, wealthier and richer people do not see anything unethical when they are 1 or 2 hours late for their meetings. However, according to the experts, the top moving factor of this tendency is feeling power. Having some financial savings make people believe that they mean something and have power. That’s why they are convinced that they have right to cheat, lie, and show all other type of unethical behavior toward other people.  There thoughts and always fed up from being greedy and being scared of the necessity to share their power with others. Certainly, the UC experts underline that the findings should not be applied to all wealthy people of modern times.

The Highest Risks Of Being Always Late

Posted under I am Always Late on Wednesday 23 November 2011 at 5:30 am

Being always late is a habit of many people around us. Usually, this habit starts forming in those times when we are teenagers and are learning to make decisions on our own. Some teenagers turn into chronic latecomers because they are just slow by their nature. Some teenagers are really overloaded with their daily activities, duties or responsibilities, so they are getting used to always running behind their schedules and being always late. Some teenagers are lazy and do not actually care about anything, they prefer spending their time playing PC games or watching TV shows thinking that they will always manage to escape responsibility for their life. There can be other factors and reasons causing this nasty habit in young people.

Those who are thinking that being chronically late is not a big deal and this habit will never bring to anything serous can check out the list below and think about it again. Is it worth to spend time for laziness or ding useless things if this can lead to quite serious problems? Do not underestimate the power of punctuality, and if you are having issue with this, go on reading.

Always Late1. By being always late you can easily lose your job. Certainly, your potential employer will not like you being late, and even your being on time for the first job interview may not save the situation. Being late for work means for the employers showing no respect to them, both professionally and personally.

2. By being always late you can lose your money. It is possible to pick a great deal of examples to illustrate this example. If you’re late, your tickets can be given away, your items can be sold , your food can be eaten and your place can be taken. You can miss some important events and opportunities, you can lose your chances and miss your good luck. Remember that making plans and learning how to follow them will help you avoid these situations and not to lose important things in your life.

3. By being always late you can lose your friends. Living or dealing with the people who are always late is extremely distressful, and quite a few of your true friend can be ready to endlessly wait for you being late for meeting, for lunch or for any other occasion. They can understand that you may have had other very important things to do, but if your habit of being always late affects their plans and their life, they will make a right choice and sooner or later try to eliminate you from their life.

4. By being always late you can lose your reputation. If you are always late, people will feel that they can not trust you, and it is very hard to achieve success in the life for those who do not evoke trust in others. Remember that this nasty habit can cost you a lot and turn your existence into a really miserable one.

Is Your Lady Always Late For The Dates? Start Earning More!

Posted under I am Always Late on Tuesday 18 October 2011 at 3:25 am

Being a little late to a meeting or a date is considered quite possible for ladies. However, there are factors which actually can have effects on women’s mind making them respect and care about men way more. Will a woman be late to date with someone she respects and cares about? Less likely. So, what a man should be in order to have less chances to benefit from women’s punctuality, respect and love? According to the specialists at Columbia University, a man’s being overweight or just 5-feet tall is less important and means less to women than the size of the man’s wallet. Sounds too pragmatic? However, the richer the man the more attractive he is for today’s women, the scientists have found out.

According to the report of the specialists, written by Pierre-Andre Chiappori, the leader of the study, lonely people when looking for a partner, always ready for compromises. A a rule, when choosing a partner for life, two groups of factors are considered both for men and women: those are physical attractiveness and socio-economical attractiveness.  It was quite surprising for the scientists to find out that other factors like interests or sense of humor, have considerably less weight in evaluating a potential partner.

Moreover, the scientists went that far that attempted to create a mathematical formula to express the relation between body mass, body size and financial situation of a potential partner. It tuned out that for women, every 10 per cent of a man’s body mass can be compensated by as much as 2 per cent increase of the man’s annual income. In other words, a 6-foot man with body mass of about 80 kilos and annual income of hundred thousand dollars could have added 9 more kilos  to his body mass and compensate it with just 2 thousand dollars added to his annual income.

For men, along with physical factors of a possible life-partner such factor as the level of education plays a role. Less taller but more educated women still value very high in today’s men eyes. These interesting findings were received after interviewing about 665 modern American couples, with the assistance of the experts by the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Pierre-Andre Chiappori says: “Our findings tell us that physical appearance is not such a big deal, and it’s easy to compensate for.” Read more about this interesting research in one of the recent issues of the New York Post.

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