The truth is, many people always found the need to make me organize things. However, I've been finding that actually is bad for me. Being disorganized and scatterbrained, in fact, is what allows me to pursue the endeavors that I have. A few months ago, I knew someone that was trying desperately hard to make me force organization onto my ideas. This relationship, of course, came to an end because of the massive frustration and endless madness she put me through. Fortunately, I soon met someone that actually thinks the same way I do and aligns with the idea of being disorganized is sometimes the only way to get organized.
What I've been finding is that even in seemingly haphazardly doing certain things, there is in fact habit. It may not be obvious to some people, but I have actually been beginning to see a process to what I do and how I best find success through my work. So the next time someone tells you that you're scatterbrained, do not ever let people tell you that your thought process is necessarily wrong.
What you need to do is analyze your own thought process and streamline it to find exactly what works for you. Then focus on what works and only what works. For far too long, I kept being dragged down by the flaws and not focusing on the pros of my activities. So what appears scatterbrained to some people is in fact organized for others.
Everyone's mind is different. Learn to understand yours, and don't mind what others think. You are your own unique voice and don't let anyone ever change that. Your mind was built the way that it was for a reason. Just learn to use it well and you will succeed at anything you put it to.