I’m tired, I’ll go to the gym tomorrow.
My car needs an oil-change, I’ll do it tomorrow.
I’ll start writing that book I’ve always wanted to write tomorrow.
First I need to plan more, I’ll get started on launching my business tomorrow.
I’m not sure how to respond to this email, I’ll save it for now and get to it tomorrow.
My desk-space is messy, but I’m too busy, I’ll clean it tomorrow.
It’s been a long day, I’ll finish the rest of these Support Requests tomorrow.
It’s almost 5:00pm, I’ll follow up on that Sales lead tomorrow.
Every day we make excuses for something. It’s too late. I’m tired. I’m not ready. I don’t know what to say. “Tomorrow” becomes the next day, then the next day, then the next day.
If you’re going to do something, the best time to do it is NOW!