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Justin Klosky

OCD Experience- Organize & Create Discipline
Founder/ Creative Director
Los Angeles, California
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 rather than see it as debilitating. Today’s he’s founded a successful firm, the O.C.D. Experience, building on his principles of Organize, Create, Discipline to help high-end clients get control of their lives through time management skills, getting rid of clutter, simplifying their habits, and rethinking storage solutions and systems. The O.C.D. Experience also teaches them the discipline to maintain their serene new sense of order.

O.C.D. has now made its mark in New York City, Los Angeles and Florida and other top US Cities. Justin Klosky is the Organizational Expert on The Talk, has appeared on Dr. Oz as his organizational superhero, the Today Show, Anderson Cooper and has been featured in US Weekly, InTouch, Real Simple, People, New York Times, and more. He is also representing Lysol as their spring-cleaning spokesperson for their 2014 Spring Cleaning Program.

Justin’s high-profile clientele include Sharon and Jack Osbourne, Julie Chen, Paul Feig, Bryce Dallas Howard, Topher Grace, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Estee Lauder and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Justin graduated from New York University and just finished his book titled Organize & Create Discipline: An A-Z Guide to an Organized Existence being published by Penguin. He is also currently working with Milojo productions which is run and owned by Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos to develop a new reality program in the organization arena and just released an app called Goodie Goodie which is a free-to-download, chore, goal, and reward application for iOS and Android that allows parents to create chores and goals and children to earn points by completing them.