Risk Management: How hungry are you?

first_imgI like being “on time.” I like other people who like to be on time. It shocks me that tardiness is not one of the seven deadly sins.I think that could be an oversight.But how do I manage the risk of being late? Before I can even begin to manage this, I need to measure my appetite for being on time.Business meetings: I am very risk adverse, bordering on zero-tolerance. Social meetings:  I am less risk adverse for parties. More risk adverse when meeting people for dinner at a restaurant.I’ll set two alarms the night before a big morning meeting at work. But I won’t crack the whip getting Kate and Briggs out the door for a birthday party. (The benefit of being on time doesn’t outweigh having a calm day without arguments.)And in any event, I’d never put anyone’s safety at risk (driving dangerously fast) to be on time, even for a work event. continue reading » 17SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more