Procrastination is an extremely common problem for ADHDers. If you want to find out more about why we procrastinate, this ADDitude article has a good explanation:
This article from Psychology Today talks about the latest studies into ADHD and procrastination. It also outlines some strategies for dealing with procrastination, as suggested from the study:
DO SOMETHING FUN FIRST TO INCREASE DOPAMINE
SET A TIMER FOR SHORT BURSTS OF TIME/
USE APPS ON YOUR PHONE
MAKE A CHECKLIST, TICKING OFF ITEMS GIVES YOU A DOPAMINE BOOST
BREAK TASKS DOWN INTO SMALL MANAGEABLE CHUNKS
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"Bust your procrastination! Alternating between Tuesday lunchtime and Tuesday evening sessions, we dare you to commit to a task and do it online with us all at the same time. The time pressure and camaraderie will "smash" through your to-do list in no time at all!"
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"The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method for students, perfectionists, and procrastinators of all kinds."
I have heard from ADHDers who get on well with the Pomodoro Technique, but if it isn't working for you, this article talks about how it can be adapted for an ADHD brain: