There is a saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Behaviour and nature trumps intentions.
Commitment and good intentions are not enough
Procrastination is the biggest problem to getting things done. We all think our willpower is stronger than it really is.
Our biology and brains are wired to the present and pleasure and in the absence of habits and systems to overcome our natural tendencies, we will be victims to our own nature.
Knowing what is good for us is not the same as doing it.
Giving yourself short deadlines work and is the basis of practises such as Design Sprints.
Getting it done also creates rewards in your dopamine receptors and creates a positive cycle.
What can you do to overcome these.
Answer is use behaviour science, these “strategies” from Dan Ariely will give you some help