Actually not at all. It's like a Doraemon pocket. You want something you got it. But only something interesting would come out easily. If you are talking about daily chores, unimportant names, routine activities, it would take long time to call them.Do you really systematize knowledge in your minds, like some of the descriptions say you do?
Are your mental spaces organized? Do you have filing cabinets in your brains?
Yeah, that's sort of like mine, too.Walks into my inner mind warehouse to get something. Oh the stacks of papers, but I think it's in this one. Yes, this is the stack. Picks up what I was looking for while looking at the memo underneath it. Whoa, look at that! Picks up different memo. I forgot about that. That's fascinating, and I just put a paper that goes with this one in a stack over here yesterday. Spends the next couple of hours randomly piecing together information from different stacks that makes a conglomerate of notes clarifying a subject. Now where did I lay down that first paper I came in to get.
Yeah , I think is like seeing an impressionist painting .Not really...the only system I use is "whatever interests me or makes a big impression gets remembered and everything else is forgotten." The person who said something about retained information being connected associatively, I can relate to that. It's like a mind map.
A few times, I managed to remember things I might otherwise have forgotten by using consciously employed memory strategies (which I guess is a kind of systematizing), but it was my focus on the memory strategies themselves that made the information stick, not so much actually employing the strategies.