Still here, and the voice chat is still open to the public for those interested. We're slowly but surely beginning to build steam.
So, first up, after doing plenty of research and talking to mental health professionals offline, I've been getting tons of insights on what leads to procrastination. Here is a template based off of Temporal Motivation Theory, developed by Piers Steel and Cornelius J. Konig to consolidate all of the theories on procrastination.
Temporal Motivation Theory runs like this: (E * V) / (1 + [I * D])
E = Expectancy that you can finish the task. This can either be your own personal mindset or the task itself.
V = Value of the task. What reward will you get (or punishment you'll avoid) by finishing the task?
1 = A number to equalize the equation, so when you calculate it, it gives a percent.
I = Impulsiveness. How distracted are you internally and externally?