The Lifelong Activist: How to Change the World Without Losing Your Way by Hillary Rettig
I just started reading this book yesterday and am really liking it. As the title indicates, the book is geared toward activists (progressive ones in particular), though much of what I've read so far could be applied by anyone. It is broken up into five parts: Managing your Mission, Managing your Time, Managing your Fears, Managing your Relationship with Self, Managing your Relationship with Others. It is the section on Fear (100 pages of this 400+ page book) that is all about procrastination. Rettig recommends initially a behavioral fix and then looks more deeply at the fears that cause procrastination and specifically what to do about them. I'm finding the book to be hope-inspiring. Rettig has coached over 1000 people, many of them with procrastination issues, and had great success. Her website is http://lifelongactivist.com.