“Be willing to make decisions. That’s the most important
quality in a good leader. Don’t fall victim to what I call the
“ready-aim-aim-aim-aim syndrome.” You must be willing to fire.”
— T Boone Pickens
of Tommorow From the musical Annie
by Sweet Indigo
I’ll do all my work tomorrow
Bet you I’ll have finished it tomorrow
Keep putting it off, tomorrow
After I’ve played Tetris and watched Zorro
I can’t do it today, no way
I could get a grade A, but hey
I’ll say… oh…
I’ll write it all up tomorrow
So I’m gonna leave it till tomorrow
So much time tomorrow
Tomorrow will last all day!
I’ll wash all the plates tomorrow
Do the laundry finally, tomorrow
I’ll tidy my room tomorrow
Take back all those library books I borrowed
Back in May
Though I’m in disarray
I’ll stay untidy
Just a minor delay, I say
I’ll do everything tomorrow
Pay the electricity tomorrow
Come what may!
It’s finished, tomorrow
Tomorrow’s the perfect day!**
**borrowed from http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/annie1.shtml
I Like The Idea Of Making Decisions Quickly And Often. I’ll Give It Some More Thought. . .
Spread Some Joy Today–procrastinate or not. Lighten up. Sing a song. Change the lyrics. Have some fun.