put the cart before the horse
Meaning: do things in the wrong order or sequence.
Example: Don’t put the cart before the horse by investing in a new shop before selling that old one situated in west of the city.
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carrot and stick ❯❮ castles in the air
Vea writes on 25th February 2016
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