Get Organized to Be More Successful! Work Life Balance Expert Susan Sly Releases New Study on the Effects of Disorganization on Your Life and Career

Do you want to be more successful? Speaker, Entrepreneur and Best-Selling Author Susan Sly has released an in-depth study outlining the detrimental effect a lack of organization can create in one’s personal and professional life and how to be more successful.

Scottsdale, AZ. — March 9, 2016— Do you want to be more successful? Best-selling author, speaker, and entrepreneur Susan Sly has released a new whitepaper entitled How Much is Lack of Organization Costing You?  In the report, Sly outlines the personal and professional costs of being disorganized as well as highlighting several solutions to bring more organization into your life.  

Extraordinary-Cost-of-Disorganization-1In  a  2012  study,  Research  firm  Brother  found  that  the cost  of disorganization to US businesses was a whopping $177 billion.

A poll by Newsweek found that the average American  wastes  55  minutes  per  day looking  for things  they own but can’t find.  Disorganization is the number one productivity killer, and if production is inefficient, so too will be our results, both at home and in our business ventures.

As Susan Sly states, “Without proper organization, we are essentially throwing caution to the wind. We cannot be efficient in our activities if we are constantly searching for misplaced items, and we cannot be efficient if we are wasting precious hours of production time.”

To learn more, you can  download a copy of the special report here:


About Susan Sly: 

Susan Sly is an author, speaker and entrepreneur. She has been featured on Lifetime Television, The CBN, ABC Family, The Morning Show in Australia and in the fall of 2015 will appear on CNN, Fox and CNBC. She is the author of several top self help books including the highly acclaimed book about women having it all – The Have It All Woman and Organize Your Life. She has co-authored the best selling book – Soul II Success with NY Times Best Selling Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul – Jack Canfield and is working on another book collaboration featuring Sir. Richard Branson. Susan has also been featured alongside Rich Dad Poor Dad Author, Robert Kiosaki, in the movie – Rise of the Entrepreneur and in Sharon Lechter’s Book – Think and Grow Rich for Women.  

Susan is a passionate philanthropist, working with World Vision Cambodia on a special project liberating girls from trafficking. She’s had other strategic collaborations with the UNHCR, Make-A-Wish and Sistering in Toronto. Susan’s projects have focused on the welfare of women & children. Most importantly Susan is a mother of five children and loving partner to her husband, Chris. She truly believes with a positive mental attitude, we can have it all.

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