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Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

Do not delay or hesitate to do something if you can finish or accomplish it today. A: "I've just got one more short assignment and then I'll be finished with my homework, but I think I'll wait until Sunday to do it." B: "You'll enjoy your weekend more if you do it now. Remember, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today!"
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mission accomplished

A clichéd phrase said upon the successful completion of a project, task, assignment, milestone, etc. Well everyone, our app has reached 1 million downloads. Mission accomplished! If your goal was to annoy the heck out of all your friends, then mission accomplished.

ˌmission acˈcomplished

used when you have successfully completed what you have had to do: Mission accomplished. Let’s go and have a drink.
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We are constantly creating ideas of what we WANT to accomplish and ideas of who we want to become " an important piece of human growth.
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Fourth, I wanted to accomplish Congressional enactment of the AICPA Federal Financial Management Program.
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In order to accomplish the breakthrough the researchers had to overcome manufacturing difficulties in working at such size levels.
of muscular force lifted three feet will accomplish more work than 200 lbs.
With the results of this analysis an objective, quantitative basis, leaders can make changes in inputs and throughputs to better align the organization to its environmental and create products and services that more closely accomplish the desired outputs.
Administration is first and foremost a method to accomplish a mission.
A consultant suggested that Jones begin by deciding what he wanted the team-building exercise to accomplish.
They want to accomplish their objectives without accelerating the income tax liability that results when retirement distributions are made, and without incurring any estate taxes on the death of the later to die.
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