Don't leave things to the last minute!
One of the most common mistakes people make
is to leave things until the last minute.
Many people, knowing that they must do something by a particular deadline, will wait and wait, and do nothing to prepare.
They put the thought out of their mind by saying, "I've still got plenty of time." So they wait until there is not a minute to spare, then they get cracking and make an all-out effort to achieve the deadline. This is so common, a trait in human nature that it is almost standard practice nowadays.
If you don’t plan ahead, you’re planning to fail they say. That’s exactly what it’s like with Ramadan. Random acts of worship with no proper focus and planning will not allow you to maximize what’s left of the month! #ramadan#ramadhan#almighty#paradise#mercy#forgiveness#muftimenk#muftiismailmenk#muftimenkofficial#motivationalmoments#lastminute#plan#procrastination
The Last Ten Ramadan Nights of Laila-tul-Qadr
Although the immense blessings of Ramadan are well known, the last ten nights of Ramadan are even more important and even more blessed than the rest of Ramadan. In these ten nights is a night that Quran tells us is better than 1000 months (yes, months – not days).Allah (SWT) had chosen the night of Laylatul Qadr to reveal the first verses of Qur’an to the Prophet (SAW). the Qur’an was first reveal to the Prophet (SAW) on a night of Ramadhan and it is now the only connection left we have with him.
Praying on the Night of Power is better than a thousand months.
The night of Al-Qadr (Decree) is better than a thousand months [Surat Al Qadr: 3] 
A thousand months is equivalent to more than 80 years of praying. Considering the life span of human nowadays, it is very unlikely that someone will get to live by that age and still standing strong to pray. Even more to be in praying and worshipping position all day long.
The sins of those who pray on this night will be forgiven.
It was narrated from Abu Hurairah RA that the Prophet (SAW) said:Whoever spends the night of Lailatul Qadr in prayer out of faith and in the hope of reward, will be forgiven his previous sins.
None of us is perfect and all of us had, at some point listened to shaytan. By showing Him your dedication to stay up all night and bow down for forgiveness, it would be the best form of taubah a servant can offer to His Master.
There was no clear indication of when the night actually is. We know, however, that it is going to be on one of the last ten nights of Ramadhan. Aisha (RA) had conveyed her experience in watching the Prophet (SAW) getting ready for the occasion.
When the last ten days of Ramadhan begins, he would tighten his waist belt, meaning will work harder and pray the entire night, and would wake his family for the prayers. [Bukhari] 
As the ummah of the Prophet (SAW), we should follow his doings.Not only will we get the reward for praying on the Night of Power but also for taking after the footsteps of the Prophet (SAW). The reward is twice over, In Sha Allah.