The O.C.D. Experience by Moe Abdou

I have great admiration for those who lead simple lives – they rarely get rattled, they always find time to help others, and many are pursuing noble aspirations. 

In their essays on simplicity, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus tell us that by embracing a minimalist lifestyle, you're creating a path towards your ultimate freedom – "Freedom from fear.  Freedom from worry.  Freedom from overwhelm.  Freedom from guilt.  Freedom from depression.  Freedom from the trappings of the consumer culture we've built our lives around.  Real freedom". 

For most of us, that starts with letting go of stuff, and no one has mastered that art more than Justin Klosky of the O.C.D Experience.  Whether you're an entrepreneur, a senior executive or a stay-at-home-mom, Justin's approach will show you how  organizational discipline will bring immense clarity to your life.  It starts with this shift in mindset —-


Further Reading
  • Seedling Relies on Childhood Curiosity to Inspire a Creative Team — On a recent flight home, I spent over an hour browsing a children’s play website, completely enamored by sets like Design Your Own Superhero Cape and Invent Your Own Insects. After sharing Seedling with everyone I know, despite few of my friends having children, I wondered why the brand struck a such a meaningful chord with me.
  • Unveils the Future of Artificial Intelligence — When Dennis R. Mortensen hired his founding team members at, he pitched them by illustrating his vision of a world where everyone has a personal assistant to schedule their meetings. Recognizing the complexity of the challenge, he concluded by saying: “We may die trying.”
  • The Power of Explosive Creation: How to Harness Your Creative Callings — If Steve Martocci could give everyone a fortune cookie with a customized saying inside he’d write: “Lost cookie. Please Return” with his name and address. “Imagine if I managed to reach the billions of people in the world. I’d love to see what kinds of letters I’d get back if I gave them a feedback loop,” he says.

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