This is a constant struggle for me, too. Breaking tasks down into smaller tasks, and completing those smaller tasks usually helps me feel more accomplished and less overwhelmed. Then if I don’t complete the full task, at least I’ve made progress with the smaller tasks. For example, if you need to clean your room, first make your bed. Then throw any trash away. Next clear off any surfaces. This usually gets the momentum going. Then you can put all shoes away. Fold/put away clothes, etc. and so on until you have finished the bigger task of a tidy room. But do them one by one. Don’t jump around. I also like to put on a podcast, true crime or something with storytelling, that distracts from my discomfort over the unenjoyable tasks. Audiobooks can serve the same purpose. I find this really helps with the resistance I feel over really unenjoyable tasks. Or if I’m folding laundry or some other task that doesn’t require much moving around, I’ll put on a TV show that only requires partial attention. If your task is something that requires more brain power, like studying, a work assignment, or something of that sort, get it done as early in the day as possible. I find it easier to get those type of tasks done in the first half of the day. The later it gets, the more I find myself resisting anything unenjoyable. Hope this helps!!