Definitions: (1) precisely organized; having a logical plan; methodical; (2) having the need to order things, ideas, or structures into an integrated whole; thorough

Balancing Qualities: It is easy for a systematic person to get caught in the rut of efficiency by pursuing a task in a linear manner. If you add the qualities of flexibility and objectivity, you will be able to focus on the detail as well as manage to see the overview.

• Science is the systematic classification of experience. — George Henry Lewes (1817–1878) English philosopher and critic
• Through systematic exercising of our thinking faculties, we can train ourselves for exact clairvoyance. Imaginative Knowledge is the first step in supersensible perception. —Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (1861-1925) Austrian esotericist