If you are really good at procrastinating, all you have to do is put those skills to use on the issue of procrastination itself.
In other words, procrastinate on procrastinating. When your brain says “hey let’s procrastinate on this task,” you just say…”naaaah…I’ll do the task now and get around to procrastinating, like, tomorrow or next week or something.”
I am glad to know there’s a mainstream show with a protagonist in a wheelchair, but in general it makes me uncomfortable to see portrayals of people with disabilities on screen. Not because the portrayals are poorly done or anything but because they remind me of too much of my own painful memories and emotional baggage. It’s just a weird issue I have, and something I should probably work through with a therapist or whatever.
That said, even if I don’t personally watch such shows and movies, I’m an enthusiastic supporter of people with disabilities being portrayed in film and TV, because I want them/us to be seen in and accepted by popular culture.