Actually, that's something I will gladly do for them, as long as it does not become a routine and they start relying on it. And even then, I'll go out of my way to accomodate them, as long as I see progress (aka it helps to talk and they slowely get back on their feet). Just, they cannot blame me for it if I am in fact not available when they didn't give me a heads up, as I consider that guilttripping and that gets you a time-out.
Agreed on the INTJ team-up. It's awesome. My SO plans around me too as he knows what I'll do, aka procrastinate. On subjects that aren't important he'll let it slide and yes, we will be 15 minutes late, or we will not have packed that one handy thing but I'll improvize something when we're there that works just as well (usually it's justg a bit onortodox though, which makes it even more amusing), or sometimes I'll have a brilliant incling in the moment and shift things around and make them into something completely different and more fun. Either way, the world doesn't fall apart just coz he doesn't pick up my slack, I just readjust it a little. When it's important to him and more conventional and other people depend on it, which means I cannot do my 'in the moment' bit, I let him handle it, coz otherwise my eyes just glaze over before I've even started it.
Like said before, I too can finish something if it's important to someone, just like I *can* be on time if it's really that important to you. Plz though, realize what you're asking of me. It's a huge thing. It means that I cannot be in my own little world for an entire day coz I have to constantly keep track of time. It sucks the fun out of life for me and stresses me to death, especially if I still have to do other stuff that day. But I'll gladly do it. For you. Anytime. As long as you appreciate it