Structure is good. It gives you a clear direction. It puts some dotted lines around things (not solid lines, solid lines stifle growth of all kinds). Funny though, when people question it. I do alot of questioning, and if I believe that something will work, I will go with it until it doesn’t or until I need something else. I find that some people, now matter how simple you make something, will work their way around it, or make up strange rules to support their own agenda. Some people just can’t follow simple structure.
Working within a structure allows you to achieve goals in a much more systematic way. Wandering all over the map may be okay in a creative environment, but even when you brainstorm, there comes a point when you put the paint brush to the canvas and paint that first stroke, make a mark, work within the structure and confines of the dimensions.