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October 2010

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Hi Friends,

September and the first part of October have been great for me and my company, Organize & Create Discipline (O.C.D. Experience). I've been privileged to be featured in OK! Magazine and the headlining story on AOL's DIY (Do It Yourself) homepage. Over a million people have now read about my business, and the functionality of organization. From digital organization to organizing a closet, everyone can use a little bit of organization in their lives. You just have to ask.

During the month of October I'll be working from Los Angeles and New York helping clients achieve the same results I've discussed with the media. Nothing is more rewarding than helping friends, family and clients get organized. Please visit my Facebook page for the latest updates.

Organizing is necessary for everyone - it doesn't matter if you think you are too disorganized in any part of your life. Feel free to reach out anytime with any organizational questions.

Looking forward to seeing you in New York or Los Angeles, or talking to you online.
There is no job too big or too small for Organize & Create Discipline!

Until the next time!


Justin

ORGANIZATION IS NOT A LUXURY IT IS A NECCESSITY
In need of an organizational overhaul?
OCD Necessity
Most people have an excessive amount of "attachments" that clutter their lives making it hard to see the bigger picture. Do you know any of these people? Are you one of them?

Help spread the word and incorporate my Organize & Create Discipline regiments into your life and your friends lives.
OK! MAGAZINE & JUSTIN KLOSKY
Justin Klosky teams up with The Container Store to organize bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky's closet in her new San Diego home!


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Container Store, OK! and OCD


Ali shoe closet by OCD

THINK DIGITAL FOR ORGANIZATION

Documents to Digital



Organize & Create Discipline (O.C.D.) can help you with any digital organizational solution. In addition to organizing your physical belongings we can come up with systems for every part of your life to bring you into the digital age. From email organization, pictures, music, receipts, bills, to magazine articles digital is easiest way to keep your surroundings simple and clean.

Here are some simple tips to get your digital life started before your O.C.D. Experience:

1) The easiest way to digitize your paper documents is to buy a good all-in-one copier/printer/scanner that includes simple capturing software.

2) The most efficient way to start digitizing is to scan an item, create a folder for it on your computer, and give the folder an obvious name, such as "Greeting Cards" and "Insurance Documents." Eventually, you'll have folders for all of the major categories, and each item will start to fall into place.

3) From there, create sub folders. For instance, create a main folder called "Recipes" and sub-folders related to specific meals like "Entrees" and "Side Dishes." But put a limit on the amount you create, otherwise you may undermine your whole strategy of finding things quickly.

Start with these simple tips and then continue with the DISCIPLINE in maintaining your new systems.
AOL and OCD go Digital

AOL and Organize & Create Discipline join forces!

CLICK ABOVE to go DIGITAL and get organized.

ORGANIZATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS

OCD OfficeO.C.D.'s Office edition will provide your company with the necessary tools to increase productivity and maximize efficiency. O.C.D. Office specialist will be on-hand to implement new systems to ensure seamless work flow. O.C.D. Office is the answer to all of your office troubles with a guarantee of a more cost-effective office structure and improved organization.
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ORGANIZE YOUR e-CLUTTER LIKE A PRO
AOL DIY LIFE


WHY DOES PAPER FEEL SO PRECIOUS?
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GO DIGITAL AND GET ORGANIZED FOR GOOD!
AOL DIY LIFE
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Don't forget that if you refer a friend to Organize & Create Discipline you will receive credit toward your own personal O.C.D. Experience. If you feel that you are already organized, don't worry, you can also take a 10% referral fee instead.

Justin Klosky
Justin Klosky
Founder of Organize & Create Discipline
Email: justin@ocdexperience.com
Call: (888) 480-6706


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