I acknowledge you all for beginning a dialogue that is so much a part of personal productivity! Procrastination...there are probably several hundred thousands of words that have been written about how to beat it, what it is, and where to go to "get things done."
I have read many of these personal management books, and I find that the ones that have the most value come back to defining the work at the level that work happens.
For example, if I'm procrastinating on cleaning the garage, I stop and look at WHAT is holding me up. Last time, it was that I didn't have the right sized plastic containers on-hand to do that clean up. SO, I simply wrote those down on the ERRANDS list, and lo-and-behold, containers got bought.
It's this "step by step" methodology that GTD is so good at. Taken one at a time, these steps will lead to a pre-defined outcome. Good luck!