If you still find yourself procrastinating, then maybe you’re not really committed to the task. Perhaps someone else is requiring you to do it. You’ll have to get creative about finding your own motivation. Somebody else’s motivation won’t necessarily work for you.
What are the payoffs for you? Task completion can bring rewards, such as freeing up time for things that really do matter to you. What’s required is total honesty about it. You may not like it, or agree with it, but if an assignment is required, then you may as well commit to it in order to get past it so you can move on to other, more rewarding things. Procrastinating will only drag out the pain.
Tomorrow: Part 3: Focus and Concentration