Not always... It seems to be easier when I'm allowed to set my boundaries, and draw out my plan within those boundaries. Lately, I've been pretty lousy with estimating my time-frames to complete things. The structure of the plan usually fits together well, but with a slower pace than I imagined.
Yes. I'm an ESFJ and I really take care of my dead lines and I would like my project to be perfect seeing up minor details to catch the attention of the subjects(the project should be of the interest)...However, if I'm told to avoid doing things my way and if I were to asked do it immediately I wouldn't be good at it...Good at managing time since we have a lot of prior commitments...
The compliment I most often get with work-related projects is that I'm able to stick with the schedules and be productive.
With school-related projects I tended to be rather flexible. If the project wasn't particularly interesting, I wasn't so strict on schedules. I usually waited until the last night to just put something together.
Naturally, I like making schedules, progress charts and time estimations. I'm constantly checking my own progress against time limits, and after a while I got good at it. Having a very precise sense of time also helps a lot (just ask me what time it is, and I can usually answere very precisely without having to look it up).