A professional organizer's complete guide to getting - and staying - organized. As a child, Justin Klosky loved to count, analyze, and categorize everything in sight. Eventually diagnosed with OCD, he found ways to tap the benefits of his condition. Today, he's founded a successful firm, O.C.D. Experience, building on the principals of Organize, Create, Discipline to help high-end clients take control of their lives through time management skills, getting rid of clutter, simplifying their habits, and rethinking storage solutions. Carefully arranged into more than 300 A-to-Z categories, Organize & Create Discipline explains organization methods for everything from laundry to legal documents, shoes, toys, kitchen drawers, medicine cabinets, utility closets, overflowing email inboxes, and dozens of other sources of daily detritus.
Klosky’s unique advice yields peace of mind and radically improves productivity. With a clientele that includes Bryce Dallas Howard, Julie Chen, and Saks Fifth Avenue, Klosky now makes his unrivaled techniques to staying organized available to all.
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"Organize & Create Discipline is a great blueprint for getting your home and your life order. From A to Z Justin has nailed it!" (Peter Walsh, Clutter Expert)
"Organize, Create, Discipline, now that's my style! I'm a Packer, not a "pack rat!" (Ryan Pickett, Green Bay Packers)
"Justin's talent and passion for organizing is unparalleled. He literally makes life easier for you! He was born to help us organize!" (Julie Chen, TV Personality and News Anchor)
Organized by individual topics in alphabetical order it is more efficient to go directly to a topic you are interested in, otherwise you will waist time listening through topic you are not interested or do not apply
no bs and author feels like a friend :) just hands on practical steps on organizing your life...loved the step by step ( OCD) simplification process!
Whether you are already OCD or you are trying to find some discipline to create order in life because it's missing altogether, this is a great listen! There are excellent tips, some which are common sense but we don't necessarily do and some that I wouldn't have thought of. Either way, rather than feeling scolded for not having order, he delivers it with a sense of humor and discipline that is just the right amount of both. I will definitely implement some of the suggestions immediately. I could see myself listening again in 6 months or so to implement even more suggestions.
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