Certainly, the very disorganized.
A learning disability, dyslexia, disphasia, ADD or ADHD can inhibit one’s ability to focus, to make decisions, or to envision “organization.”
Consider the situationally disorganized – having a change in life status.
After a birth, death, move, job change, change in marital status, home remodel or redecoration…any life transition can cause short-term disorganization to even the most organized individual. The need to get back on track can feel daunting.
Even, the moderately disorganized.
If you find yourself spending time looking for things you use often, your “systems” may need better organization, or “tweaking” by an experienced professional.
A brief consultation with a professional organizer can put you on a path toward a more “productive” you, and give you more confidence with peace of mind.