All procrastination is about fear or avoidance of a perceived pain. Rejection, looking foolish, failing, succeeding, not knowing what to do, a sense of pointlessness or sheer cluelessness. There are a billion self-starting tips out there just Google them - or add that to your towering to-do list.
Today I'm interested more in the “to be” list.
Getting clear on why you are doing what you doing and where do you want it to get you to is far more meaningful. The endless striving and pushing forward and stopping to wonder “why” is a great “mind the gap” experience. Instead of thinking what you have “to do” notice why you don't want to do a lot of the stuff that is dragging you down and making you shop, drink or seek oblivion via Jeremy Kyle.
How about a “to be” list which is about consciously accessing your joy every day, doing things that are so easy you can't believe you get paid to do it or diarising things that make your heart sing high, loud and proud like Pavarotti in tight pants.
What if the present was perfect and doing less gave you more?