Sometimes it seems that writers do their best pieces when they’re writing about procrastination. Here’s entry by David Cain, based on his well-reflected experiences with decades long tendency to put things off:
Many of us career procrastinators believe that we can’t do something until our feelings let us. This is a myth. You don’t need the mind’s approval to get started. All you need is to get clear, on an intellectual level, what you want done, and then move your body until you’re in the middle of it.
How to work now and procrastinate later, Raptitude.com