Make a list of your tasks
It is highly recommended that you make a neat and organised list of tasks that you want to complete in a day, a week or a month. By writing down the tasks that need to be done, you will give a clear signal to your subconscious mind, and in this way, you will create a contract of intention with your mind, to achieve your targets. The list should start with the tasks that are your top priorities, and gradually move down to less important things.
If you are an extremely lazy person, you should go after the smaller goals on your list, and then gradually work your way up to bigger tasks once you become used to working a little harder.
Imagine achieving your goals
Having made a list of tasks that need to be achieved by a particular set deadline for a day, week, or month, you should close your eyes for a few seconds and imagine that you have achieved your goals within that time frame. You will feel a sense of satisfaction upon contemplating the prospect of having completed your tasks, and will work hard in real life in order to achieve that feeling of accomplishment.
Make a daily routine and follow it
You should make a daily routine and then follow it strictly. Most procrastinators find themselves putting off work because of a poor, disorganised daily routine. Such people do not have a set time for sleeping and waking up - as a result, they tend to find it extremely hard to get out of bed.
Therefore, if you wish to see a positive change in your life, you should chalk out a daily routine and follow it; however, make sure that the planned routine is implementable and not too difficult for you, especially in the initial days.