Orderliness is the ability to balance your working day, efficiently distribute power and time, concentrate on the task and complete the intended. An organized person is the one able to single out the key thing without accentuating the other trifles, one who acts without wasting time, controls own laziness, controls own time, and, therefore, becomes independent of circumstances. With a clear line of action in mind, an organized person clearly sets priorities, demonstrates punctuality, diligence, detailed allocation of time resources and maximum concentration on the action. All organized people are usually reliable, productive, accurate and attentive. An organized person makes on average three times more work than unorganized. Such a person can manage both time and business affairs. Instead, disorganized people regularly complain of a lack of time, but if there were an opportunity to double the clock, then such people still wouldn’t have time to do all the tasks, because they often don’t follow the time and waste precious minutes on unnecessary conversations and irrational actions.
So, can you call yourself an organized person?