I find it difficult enough to find anything as it is. If I was unorganised then I would never find anything. I suppose it must have something to do with how we are made, either you are naturally tidy or you are not. I don`t think anyone can change the way they are not without a lot of persuasion from someone, probably a spouse.
Caterpillar technician my tools, spare parts and any relevant paperwork were always carried in a well organised order in my service van. It was impressed on us by my company that a customer's machine 'downtime' was a very important and expensive consideration, and with due diligence and speed we had to get it back working ASAP. The completed task(s) also carried my company's six month guarantee so they took a dim view of any failures through poor work on the part of their technicians. My company would have had to pay out compensation to the customer on any substantiated claim under that guarantee.
Now that I'm retired I have let my standards fall off a little. My garage, for instance, is not as tidy as it could be but I can still lay my hand on any tool I need. My main concern at this time of year is keeping the old car dry after each rainy day. I always leather it off each time, as a wet car in a closed up garage will soon start to rust up tools very quickly. A quick spray with WD40 is what the exposed tools get now until the next Spring cleanup.
My 'office' indoors is organised as I want it but the grandkids soon disrupt things when they're here on the computers. I've mellowed enough now not to get upset with them, but I still try to teach them about the advantages of tidiness! Along with other tips for a productive life. :o) TC.