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Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|Rec. dist.: N.Dak. 6. Let tomorrow take care of itself. Rec. dist.: Okla. 7. Never put |
off until tomorrow what you can do today. Vars.: (a) Defer not till tomorrow what
may be done today. (b) Don't leave until tomorrow what can be done the day after
Larry Chang - 2006 - 817 pages
|Jonathan Swift, 1667-1745 ~ Procrastination is the thief of time. ~ Edward Young, |
1683-1765 ~ Night-Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality, 1742-1746 One
today is worth two tomorrows; never leave that till tomorrow which you can do
|... 'never-never' b) leave nothing for tomorrow that can be done today c) never do |
tomorrow what you can do today d) never leave that till tomorrow which you can
do today e) never put off till tomorrow what may be done today f ) never put off till
|"If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as of getting. Let us then be up-|
and doing, and doing to the purpose. One today is worth two tomorrows. Never
leave that till tomorrow which you can do today. We may make these times even ...
|You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it ... No idleness; no |
laziness; no procrastination; never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.” —
Lord ... —Anne Frank “Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.
|Can you, my dear sis? . . .” The third letter was the longest, and we decided to |
leave it till the next day (how could we forget the popular adages, like 'never
leave till tomorrow what you can do today' and 'nobody promised you tomorrow'?
|I will put my best into everything I do. Today I ... Today, and every day after today, |
I will continually live in this new way, because I will succeed in creating the life
that I really want. ! I can ... “Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.
|And “whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might” [Eccles. 9:10]. Do it |
as soon as possible: no delay! No putting off from day to day, or from hour to hour
! Never leave anything till tomorrow which you can do today. And do it as well as
2008 - 245 pages
|(1) I started studying English at fifteen. (2) I did not study English until I was fifteen |
years old. (3) It was not until I was fifteen years old that I began to study English. •
^SffiSllll^ffl • (^B* ' • ) (1 ) Never leave till tomorrow what you can do today.
|A familiar adage says, “Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.” That, in |
a nutshell, is what defines procrastination. Some try to put off until tomorrow what
they could easily do today. They try to reassure themselves, saying, “It can wait ...