I have known and worked with people who only understand framework and structure. They’re adept at outlines, at plans and calendar systems. They are intent on planning and order for the sake of order alone. But what good is a structure if nothing is built with it? It becomes a bare skeleton, never fleshed out.
Now one challenge can be the “language barrier.” Have you ever conversed with a left-brain IT programmer? Or have you listened to a highly intuitive writer when they’re on a creative roll? Neither of those will communicate well with the other without a bridge.
The moral of this story is that you creative types will benefit from working with a more left-brain foundation-builder, and you left-brained structure folks will benefit from working with those who can flesh out your structure. Choose your team carefully to ensure that ideas don’t die on the vine – the world needs to hear from you!