If it weren’t for the last minute,
nothing would get done.

— unknown

Those who stare at the past
have their backs turned to the future.

— unknown

Let him who would enjoy a good future
waste none of his present.

— Roger Babson

Don’t let the fear of the time it will take
to accomplish something
stand in the way of your doing it.
The time will pass anyway;
we might just as well put that passing time
to the best possible use.

— Earl Nightingale 

The best thing about the future
is that it comes only one day a time.

— Abraham Lincoln

Nothing changes more
constantly than the past;
for the past that influences our lives
does not consist of what happened,
but of what men believe happened.

— Gerald W. Johnston

One problem with gazing
too frequently into the past
is that we may turn around
to find the future has run out on us.

— Michael Cibenko

I love deadlines.
I like the whooshing sound
they make as they fly by.

— Douglas Adams

You will never “find” time for anything.
If you want time you must make it.

— Charles Buxton

The time you enjoy wasting
is not wasted time.

— Bertrand Russell

Everywhere is walking distance
if you have the time.

— Stephen Wright

Only Robinson Crusoe
had everything done by Friday.

— unknown

The trouble with being punctual
is that nobody’s there to appreciate it.

— Franklin P. Jones

I’ve developed a new philosophy…
I only dread one day at a time.

— Charlie Brown

The future influences the present
just as much as the past.

— Friedrich Nietzsche

The future is not something we enter.
The future is something we create.

— Leonard I. Sweet

Someday is not a day of the week.

— unknown

The secret of life
is enjoying the passage of time.

— James Taylor

Telling the future by looking at the past
assumes that conditions remain constant.
This is like driving a car
by looking in the rearview mirror.

— Herb Brody