I have read things about productivity techniques here and in other places but I still can't get focused. Currently I am searching my first big paid job as I am a recent graduate. I also am designing and developing a small personal application to learn Python. Finally, I'm learning German (actually I'm revising what I learnt).
I know what I have to achieve, and I already have split this projects in small features and tasks, following a kind of SCRUM backlog. I schedule my daily tasks by mixing Pomodoro Technique and daily SCRUM. I take the split small tasks (2 hours max) and I schedule them taking into account some small breaks in between and bigger breaks every two hours (when the task is finished usually).
So, I have my daily plan ready, I think I have a kind good work environment (a desk in my dad's business), I play Chill Out/Lounge radio stations, etc. but I still can't start even doing my first task, which usually is having a look at new job offers send to my email during the last day, which rarely should be more than hour if I reply to all of them, 10 minutes if they do not suit my profile. I have the same problems if I schedule first revising a rule of grammar or defining certain feature of my small application.
What I do instead is surf the web in whatever site I find. I have blocked with Leech Block the usual suspects, but it is not enough, I'd better make a white list with the job sites I use. I track down the time spent in the current task with Project Hamster but even I see the time running, I consciously procrastinate. I find myself getting up early, setting everything ready for beginning a new day in my job hunt, but I am not able to effectively begin. I sometimes have some lucid days which I do follow more or less my daily schedule, but it's been a while from the last one.
My question is: how do I get the motivation I need to start working everyday in my daily planned tasks?