If you’ve ever set a New Year’s resolution, you know that one of your biggest potential enemies is procrastination. You may put off starting, get distracted or side-tracked, or find that doing a bunch of smaller tasks is getting in the way of focusing on your bigger, more important goal. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Studies suggest that procrastination chronically affects between 15 and 20 percent of adults, and that around 1 in 4 people even consider procrastination to be one of their defining personality traits. Host David B. Feldman talks with Dr. William Knaus, psychologist and author of numerous book, including The Procrastination Workbook, Overcoming Procrastination, and End Procrastination Now!