Not forever. We all get put to bed with a shovel before forever ends. Personality types are pretty locked in even before birth. That said approches like NLP have been shown to work pretty well in a lot of neuroscience research. Shocks can also provoke change, or more conservatism.
I really regret having switched from film to digital for photos. One it means, like a lot of people I imagine, I've got far too many photos stored and two a storage medium crash is a continual worry. In the physical world the more space that's available the more clutter will be accumulated to fill it. The same is true of the digital world. IMO. Then of course there's the old carbon footprint thing...
This reminds me of George Carlin. We own too much stuff. https://youtu.be/MvgN5gCuLac
01. Do you reckon our personality types lock us for ever into a particular place on the cluttered - uncluttered behavioural spectrum?
02. What are your thoughts on the decluttering opportunities presented by digital storage? It creates personal space / sharing potential - but simply relocates the trait?
Right on target. The consequences of a consumerism culture, clutter and despair.