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Spark Joy by Marie Kondo – Book Review

6 commentsMarch 23, 2016

As part of my reading push, I’ve picked up Marie Kondo’s Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up. Her book helps to guide you to keeping your home clean and simplified. Good for those whom want to fit more t-shirts into their dresser. Here’s some of the tips I’ve pulled out which helped me to better organize my spaces.

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The correct order for tidying things: Clothes > Books > Papers […]


My organization system

116 commentsMarch 14, 2016

I constantly get people that ask me “Noah, how do you stay organized?”

This is also one of my favorite questions to ask when I interview someone as it speaks volumes on how a person lives their life.

I must admit, my most productive and organized period in life was when I relied on my Treo 650. Most of you youngins have NO idea about dat life =)

Realize though, what works for me, may not work for you.

Everyone has their own way […]


You kept asking, here are my answers

6 commentsMarch 1, 2016

About 100 people subscribe to Okdork every day and they each get a welcome email that asks:

“What is one thing I could write about that’d make your day better?”

Since there are certain topics that come up over and over, I figured I’d go through YOUR most popular questions and answer them for you.

By the way: I HIGHLY recommend you add a question like this to your auto-responder. It’s an amazing way to connect with your subscribers and figure out what […]


Undisputed Truth – Book Review

7 commentsFebruary 24, 2016

Lately, I’ve been reading Undisputed Truth by Mike Tyson (yes, the boxer). It’s mostly a self-reflection on his life, all the way from his best moments in the ring, to when he hit rock bottom, to where he is now. I pulled some quotes while reading it, and here’s the best that I’ve found that relate to building yourself up to succeed, even when you’ve fallen.

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if you always looked good, people would treat you with respect.

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