You don’t need to be organised to be the best at what you do
Alex Mathers

If you can narrow down the set of skills you are interested to develop and focus on them to go deeper, sound pretty organised to me.

I think most of us struggle with the laser sharp focus, we are easy to distract.

Interesting thinking, thank you for sharing!

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