Everybody does it.
Victor Hugo, the great French poet and novelist, whose masterpieces include the epic historical novels Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, had a unique method to stave off procrastination:
He had his servant strip him naked in his study and not return with his clothes until the appointed hour.
The American author Herman Melville had his wife chain him to his desk while he was struggling to finish his epic novel Moby-Dick.
It worked: the book, first published in 1851, is often listed among the greatest works of fiction ever written.
I’ve noticed the things I procrastinate in doing turn out to be exactly the things I should be doing.
I procrastinated building a program for small and medium online businesses. Best thing I ever did.
I procrastinated on planning and booking an event. I could have sold it twice over.
What are you procrastinating doing?
Examine it. It will probably turn out to be the best thing you do.