I personally do not know a single people who never procrastinate. Everyone procrastinates sometimes. The notch to which procrastination wraps your life is an issue this book attempts to address. But before proceeding with procrastination escapades, first and foremost, what is procrastination? There are many definitions of procrastination but they all come down to giving less preference to important tasks and opting to do pleasurable activities. My own definition of procrastination is misdirection of efforts and energies from critical tasks to less important ones. Motivation has everything to do with procrastination because an aroused person will not think twice about finishing a piece of work no matter how hard it may be. If you are not motivated, you are not likely to do something well or at all because you lack the “self-push” that is needed to start and complete the work. A motivated person can work harder and longer as compared to someone who does not have adrenaline rushing in their bloodstream. Be that as it may, procrastination is generally not a good habit. A student procrastinating to study for his examinations or tests is one of the most common episodes of procrastination. How many of us have not hidden away from books when we still know that exams are fast approaching? The problem is not only just procrastination, but also what it does to you and your life as a whole. Normally students cover up by studying on the eleventh hour, which entails staying up all night to cram a few chapters. Any type of work is never friendly to someone who does it late. If you are the type who thinks that you can do a magnitude of work and make progress on the eleventh hour, you may be right but this will tax on you and your health. You cannot expect to complete for example, a 2500 words assignment in one day can you? We have to know that by procrastinating to do the work, we are also prolonging the pain that comes with doing the work. Imagine this scenario.