Do you work with children? I have a friend who recently asked:
I was wondering if you help children learn how to be more organized. My daughter had an auditory delay which affects other aspects of her life, especially organization. I'm working on it and wondered if you had any suggestions.
Often the parent, without realizing it, is pressuring the child to organize and do things the way the parent wants things done. Instead of asking questions and taking the time to patiently facilitate the child to learn their own organizing style, and play with organizing, they "tell" the child how to do it and give rules and punish them for not doing it right. I know this because most of the chronically disorganized adults I work with tell me about experiences like this every day. And I've personally witnessed parents do this so many times it breaks my heart.
Thus, coaching the parent to be more "agile" in their expectations and process is usually the real need.