Procrastination – A malady.

This was my bachelor’s thesis final project, for which I graduated with distinction. This little book will give in­struc­tions on how to prevent hu­mans from pro­cras­ti­na­ting too much. The pur­pose is to un­der­stand why people are li­kely to post­pone ur­gent tasks and chal­len­ges that are highly im­port­ant to their fu­ture and life. The book­let is de­si­gned in a fle­xi­ble grid and lay­out, using ab­stract motives/symbols, that contribute to a sense of distraction in the reader. The piece is ac­com­pa­nied by a specially de­si­gned plan­ner for the tar­get group of pro­cras­ti­na­tors.
What’s unique is that it neit­her has days nor dates nor any struc­tu­red gui­des that are usually requisite among planners. The intention is to en­hance self contemplation and awareness of one’s pro­cras­ti­na­tion. Or­ga­niza­tion for the tar­get group is often an illusion. The planner in this book aims to motivate the pro­cras­ti­na­tor into taking ac­tive con­trol of his own pro­cras­ti­na­tion.