If you’re a chronic procrastinator, you must clearly understand that the most important part of your “recovery” is action. You must force yourself to start. It’s up to you whether you want to progress or not. If you want to stay mediocre, just avoid thinking about what you’ve just read and move on with your life. If you truly desire change, start taking action!
When we talk about curing chronic procrastination, we’re basically talking about a healing process. After you accept the fact that something’s wrong, find the specifics of your problems, and commit to taking consistent action, you will definitely notice improvements. You’ll be able to do more things, without having to deal with so much hustle and pain when starting.