Procrastination is more than putting off tomorrow what can be done today, it is a prioritization of low-level tasks over higher-level ones, or doing something of enjoyment versus a task that needs to be accomplished immediately.
Procrastination can also be a warning signal. After all, we should be enjoying our work, not looking at it as a burden. Most of us spend 40 plus hours per week earning a living, and if one doesn't enjoy what they do, it may be time to seek out other employment.
Of course we could all be 'greater' if we learned to master procrastination - a mediocre plan executed with rigor today is much better than an exact plan executed next week, but it is okay to pause and reflect why we are procrastinating; as long as we do not do it too long.