Of course. Now, before I start blatantly describing why I think that and asking you what your opinion is, let me offer some background information. Mull it over and think about what’s coming.
Something I’ve noticed, particularly in the educational system, is that teachers want their students to study the way they find best. Copy the text five times to memorize it, sit and read the same passage a gazillion times and so on and so forth. It’s frustrating, because you sit there and think, But that method doesn’t work for me! Even if you say it out loud, it falls upon deaf ears.
Very few teachers understand the concept of the existence of various ways to get the same result. Sure, some students can copy the text and learn that way, while others can read it and absorb its contents. That does not mean that, that method works for everyone.
The same occurs in other things – work, writing, creating, life, everything. There are always multiple manners in which one can solve problems, or varying ways to meet one’s goals.
Some people write at night, with music. Others write during the day, in utter silence. Some prefer music with lyrics, while others want instrumentals. There are so many small details that come into play, that it’s impossible to find a common way that works for everyone. People have preferences and as long as it shows in their work that they found those, who are teachers, or employers, to judge?
I work better when I have a busy schedule. Others want peace. Does that mean either way is right or wrong?
Find your own path.