never put off until tomorrow

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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The idiom "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today" has been credited to many people, including Thomas Jefferson, Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde.
Enda's "never put off until tomorrow what you can do next year" policies will no doubt come back to haunt his successor.
@sixthformpoet: Never put off until tomorrow something you can put off until the day after tomorrow.
"Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow."
2 Never put off until tomorrow what you can persuade someone else to do today.
Word History: To procrastinate is to go against the old saying, "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today." Appropriately, the word procrastinate has the Latin word cras, meaning "tomorrow," tucked inside it, because when you procrastinate you often are putting something off until the next day.
These days, when I'm hard at work avoiding whatever responsibilities might be looming, I think of that plush pillow of gentle encouragement and measure it against the famous words of the incorrigible wit Mark Twain, who once quipped "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow." Very funny, Mark.
Comments: "1) Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today -- but always prioritize first!
I will never put off until tomorrow, what I can forget about forever.
'What if I die before I get to spend it?' says a reluctant investor." Their philosophy: Never put off until tomorrow what you can spend -- and enjoy -- today.
Remember classic time-management advice such as "Handle each piece of paper only once," "Have your desk clear of everything but your priority A-1 project" and "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today"?
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