You don’t need to be organised to be the best at what you do
You don’t need to be organised to be the best at what you do
Alex Mathers
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I agree to the extent that creativity cannot be tempered & time-boxed like most tasks.

However, I also think disorganisation significantly handicaps you.

There’s so much reliable, scientific evidence around effective ways to stimulate creativity & optimise productivity that it it, in a sense, lazy or avoidance to not become more organised & optimise how you use your time.

I also fear your line of thinking is just going to be used as an excuse by others to not become organised & create a disciplined approach to goal attainment.

You don’t need to train to run a marathon, but it’s going to make it much easier. And you’ll beat more people.

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