1. How to you measure what is order and what disorder?
I've got my personal algorithms devised to have maximum efficiency in terms of time expenditure on cleaning-putting things in order, and ability to find what I need to. Disorder is when I do not execute the algorithm at least once a week.
2. How you deal with situations where people don't want to accept solution because it takes alot of time, energy and planning? (or they are just reckless)
If it's something that involves both me, and them: I drop out and let them do the thing. If it's something that just involves them: I let them do their own thing. If it's something that can be separated into mine vs his: I do my part.
3. Do you make lists on paper or you are keeping everything in your head ?
(In the case that there is no too much facts and complexity in a situation)
Always in my head. This has caused some conflicts with people that think I will forget things if I don't write them down, but I know myself: I don't forget them, ever. I hate when somebody reminds me of something thinking that I will forget about it only because I haven't written it down.
4. What do you think about idea that organisation is the key to adapting ?
I don't think it's true, at all. If you are very organized in a given place, on a given task, then it's not guaranteed at all that this will give you any advantage on executing a new task, in a different place.
5. How much organisation is too much organisation?
Whenever organization hinders efficiency in execution, then it's too much.
6. Why do you want things organised in the first place?
Because it gives me the ability to complete tasks faster, so that I have more free time.