Method #1:  Work, Move, Work, Move

It's difficult to oversell the importance of milestones. Projects can take all day, all week, or longer. Milestones are the key to a sustainable tempo. They're both the fuel and the excuse for a rest. recommends a great strategy. If you combine milestones with changing work locations, it can help break up the monotonous hours it sometimes take to reach bigger achievements. 

How's it work? Set a milestone that will take a few hours. Stay put and work until you reach that milestone, then force yourself to move locations. Don't just move from your home office to your kitchen. Head to a local coffee shop.

Method #2: Block Your Time Killers

Need to get something done today? Block the sites that kill your productivity. Facebook calling your name? Block it for today. Obsessed with checking the news? Block your favorite sites! 

You can't accomplish any significant task if you're distracted and the sooner you get things done, the sooner you can kick your feet up for the day. So be disciplined and block those sites that suck your time into a dark abyss!


Method #3: Learn to Value Your Time

The sooner you start to value your time, the sooner you'll get more done. Time is scarce but we never instinctively feel that way. You need to teach yourself to feel urgency. Until it becomes happen, It's a daily discipline. Start by reading quotes on procrastination, including this one:

Time is an equal opportunity employer. Each human being has exactly the same number of hours and minutes every day. Rich people can’t buy more hours. Scientists can’t invent new minutes. And you can’t save time to spend it on another day. Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving. No matter how much time you’ve wasted in the past, you still have an entire tomorrow.
— Denis Waitley

Bonus Tip: Draw a Line in the Sand

Procrastination is a difficult habit to overcome, but it's important that you protect your future by refusing to procrastinate on the most important things. This article outlines six things you should never procrastinate on. Messing up your work, grades, credit score, or relationships can all be painful later on.