Most people have issues with procrastination at some point in their lives, though it's a much bigger problem for certain people than others. According to two of the world's leading experts on procrastination,
"Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. For them procrastination is a lifestyle, albeit a maladaptive one. And it cuts across all domains of their life. They don't pay bills on time. They miss opportunities for buying tickets to concerts. They don't cash gift certificates or checks. They file income tax returns late. They leave their Christmas shopping until Christmas eve."
Whether you fall into that 20 percent category or you only have the rare yet frustrating bout with procrastination, this article has science-backed suggestions for how to overcome these instances, and it's worth a look.