You can’t.Nobody can stop procrastinating. It’s essential.What?! What about those hotshot CEOs? Do you think they also procrastinate?Yup, but we’ll talk about it later. I’ll tell you how to use procrastination to get your work done :Make a to-do list : Those who have written goals actually accomplish much more than an average person. Make a to-do list a night before, with specific goals. “Taking action without thinking things through is a prime source of problems.” - Alec Mackenzie( Taken from pdf version of A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra) 1, Barbara Oakley - Amazon.com)Eat the biggest frog first : What’s the “frog”, you ask? Your task. Complete your biggest, most important task first thing in the morning. You’re most likely to procrastinate on this task. Do it first, and you’ll feel like a winner!The 80/20 rule : This rule says that, if you have a list of 10 items, 2 of those items will contribute 5 - 10 times the value of any of the others. Most people avoid the top 20 percent of the items, since they are the most difficult ones to execute. Focus on the top 20 first.Creative Procrastination : Remember what I said? You can’t avoid procrastination. That’s true.You can’t do everything. There’s just not enough time. You have to procrastinate on ‘something’. Prioritize which tasks to complete, and procrastinate on the remaining.Finish your work by 5:00PM : Most people procrastinate thinking that they have the entire day. Create an artificial deadline. Complete your entire work before that time. Why 5:00pm, Eknoor? Because I say so! Just kidding! Set the deadline at 5:30PM, 6:00pm or whatever time you find comforting. The sooner, the better!Use the Pomodoro Technique : The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. After 25 minutes, take a short break. Scroll through Quora feed, or whatever else you want to do. Then, repeat.Delayed Gratification : You feel an urge to be online really badly? Do it after completing all your work. Think about it. When you delay instant gratification, not only your work will be completed on time, the satisfaction of finally getting your reward would multiply!I’ll see the notifications to this answer tomorrow, after completing all my work. (That’s the plan, at least!)Follow Eknoorpreet Singh : Now this is MUST! Or else the above mentioned techniques won’t work.Just kidding. Do the rest of the mentioned tricks, and you’ll be good to go.Feeling good already? Well, don’t. Implementation is the key. Make a to-do list for tomorrow now!Images Source : GoogleFootnotes : Pareto principle - WikipediaPomodoro Technique - WikipediaEat That Frog!