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

Thank you for writing this and sharing — I struggle with organization and I have spent so much time reading articles and trying to stick to insane schedules and habits to become organized but have recently realized how much time and energy I’ve been wasting trying to make my brain work in ways that just aren’t productive for my thinking or creating style. Realizing this has been amazingly freeing and has allowed for so much more creative and personal growth in the last few weeks than I’ve had in a long time. It’s incredibly refreshing to read something that is affirming to those of us who are not organization-types.

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