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I’ve learnt that being organized is a skill that is either highly underrated, or overvalued based on whom you interact with. And eventually, that it’s time to understand that every person works differently.

Now, granted, working in a team with people who work differently is difficult. That’s the point at which you need to come up with a middle-ground and a set of principles you can agree to work with. Communication with respect to what works for people can often make the experience easier.

But it’s a lot more hurtful to chide someone who works differently and has a different attitude to their work than you do.

It’s useful in a way, because you can figure out what kind of people you’ll never be able to work with ever again. But not in any other manner.

Basically:
Let people live their lives if they’re not harming you with their work ethic. If they are, try to figure out middle-grounds.

 

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