Different people find different ways to motivate.
I suggest using an extremely simple decision-making technique. With the help of this technique, it is easy to establish the most significant selection criteria, as well as assess the consequences of any option of the decision made.
What will happen if this will happen?
What happens if this does not happen?
What will NOT happen if this happens?
What will NOT happen if this does NOT happen?
We ask ourselves sequentially these four questions and answer them.
Thanks to this technique, you will be able to understand whether you need it and if you need it, then the motivation will be maximum.
I face the same problem myself. Good old procrastination. You just need to motivate yourself: either "gingerbread" received from this action, or external (some kind of sweets and the like). And as already mentioned, "Perhaps this is not yours." Hopefully helped answer this question :)
I myself suffer from this and I want to say that it is very difficult to eradicate such a habit. Very. But you can! Most likely, you lose interest in the case too quickly, you forget that it is still important to do it. You need to always remember and remind yourself every time you want to give up about why you started it and what the benefits of completing a project / reading a book can be. You can try to install the RPG IRL application and "pump" yourself, at least it will be unpleasant for you to look at a zero result day after day. You can reward yourself for what you have done. Well, and most importantly: take your time, take your time and do it a little at a time. You should not, for example, read 300 pages a day (then, probably, the remaining 200 will never be read), but get along with 100 pages. And be sure to draw up a schedule (well, or at least keep in mind that tomorrow at 7 pm you sit down for a project). All you need is willpower. The hardest thing is not to start, as they say, but to continue. Nobody here will tell you secrets about how not to throw things up, because there is no secret: you take it and do it. All. Good luck!
Most likely one of two things:
1) These are not your goals and objectives at all, and you intuitively (subconsciously) feel that this is a waste of time, which takes more energy than it gives you anything instead. In this case, you need to change goals, learn to understand yourself, to listen to yourself.
2) There is a syndrome of chronic fatigue, which can be caused by anything. In this case, you need to take care of yourself, understand the way of life. Perhaps you need to rest more, go for a walk, visit the gym, sauna, periodically attend health sessions, adjust your diet. Diversify life, saturate with colors.
You need to look for motivation, but it's easier to find a channel in which it is easier for you to move and develop in this direction. Nobody is immune to mistakes. There is often not enough motivation in business, but you can find It on the side by expressing your interests to people who will definitely not refuse you and even help with advice. Having received approval from people important to you, you will get the very motivation that you clearly lack