When I started with Dramatica, it was because I had a story in mind I wanted to write. I had a few ideas about what was going to happen in it, but not what order they needed to happen in or how to connect them. I went through dozens of story forms and fully encoded many of them only to find some wrinkle at the end that didn't work. I'd find some way to iron out the wrinkle and move on. Sometimes ironing out one wrinkle would cause another to pop up. But eventually I found a story form that I'm absolutely sure is the right one. And if I hadn't done all of that work, I'd still be trying to figure out which form to use and be no closer to writing my story.
While working with the current story form, I haven't always known how something was going to apply directly to my story for one of several reasons. Two of the biggest are that either 1) I hadn't come up with anything for that part of the story yet, or 2) I still didn't understand Dramatica enough to know how to apply it. I just knew that the parts of the story form I was unsure about didn't work against my idea or cause any other narrative problems.
There are, of course, other ways of going about it and lots of other reasons a story form might not feel right, but the point is that you might try just working through a storyform that feels close and see where it gets you. One of the biggest takeaways for me about working through so many story forms was that none of the work was for nothing. Even working through the wrong story form still helped me to further my story. And when I got to something that didn't work, I stopped there, found another form to try, and carried all of my work over to that one.
To answer your question
a productive day will hopefully leave you feeling like you've gotten a little more understanding about what your story is (or is not) about and how to tell it. And if you're lucky maybe you'll've whittled a few more options off of the 32,000 + story forms available. Perfectionism is probably when you're more worried about how properly you can mold your story to Dramatica than how to best let Dramatica help you through telling your story. Procrastinating-and this is meant to sting a bit in a tough-love-to-get-you-writing kind of way-might look like obsessing over story forms for a year and not working through any of them.
Remember, Dramatica is here to help you keep your story focused by mimicking the way the human mind solves problems. You already have the ability to do all of this yourself. Shakespeare didn't refer to Dramatica when he wrote Hamlet. If you start working with a story form that feels pretty close, you'll start making the connections on your own. Sometimes even before you get to the part where Dramatica tells you to make it! When that happens, you'll have the confidence to move on with your story knowing you have the right story form, or you'll have the understanding to work toward a better story form. Either way, it's progress.