Here: you can read : "Often, tasks are delayed till a reasonable time before the deadline. Just because you feel like you can do it later; [blabla] ..."
This is not the real problem I've been facing for almost 20 years. The problem is that I never finish what I begin. Never. It's all about programming, but other simple things like trying to write a book, trying to learn piano, trying to make a furniture (= learn the basics of carpentry), and so on.
I very feel like if I'm about to finish a project, I'm trying to find something else to avoiding finishing it.
It's very strange.
It has never been a problem in my professional life, because software are almost never finished. But now that I'm unemployed this is getting on my nerves: I know exactly what I should do, how I should do it, but (including now) I always find things to do that could keep me away from finishing my stuff. Am I the only one, and if not, what do you do to motivate you 'till the end?
(Please don't hesitate correct my post, because my English is perfectible, thank you very much!)