I hope you have enjoyed this series of articles and they have given rise to some improvement in the way you plan and organise your work.
Being disorganised may have many different connotations linked to it and finding out which ones are contributing to these negative behaviours can sometimes help to eradicate or at the very least control the urge to be disorganised.
People who are frustrated with their lives are often the ones who are also very much disorganised. Linking both these factors together has been proven to produce the expected results of negativity.
Not having the moral commitment which simply equates disrespect for others, their time and their commitments is another prevalent issue behind not wanting to be more organised in one’s own undertakings.
Look deep into your heart and be aware that generally, people who are selfish fail to develop this moral commitment trait and continue to assume everyone will be accommodating and forgiving of their follies.
The popular saying that time waits for no man is so true and being disorganised is one way of ensuring failure at every turn. When the element of being disorganised is ever present there is little or no opportunity to be able to focus and identify needs and wants according to their priorities and thus allowing a lot of confusion into one’s daily existence.