“Everyone is late on occasion. People understand that, because we’ve all been there. But chronic lateness is another matter. If you are usually only a few minutes late, your friends and family probably won’t mind too much, but work colleagues and supervisors may have a different view. Even if they don’t openly chastise you, it reflects badly on you professionally and could ultimately cost you raises and promotions,” warned author Lisa Lane in Understanding Why You’re Late.If you’re always losing track of time and constantly making excuses for why you’re late, you can make some adjustments that may help you get your act together. Here are some tips for how to conquer chro