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Everything In Its Place--Five Steps to Getting Organized

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Sandra Haymon

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Do you ever feel like you're drowning in clutter? Do you constantly think you're turning around in circles? Is your attempts to get organized the only thing in your waste basket? Do you ever think you're the only one who's unable to get organized at work or in your home? Did you know that being disorganized affects every part of your life--your physical, mental and emotional health as well as your relationships at work and at home? Forty-three percent of Americans describe themselves as "disorganized", 21% report missing crucial work deadlines because of it, and 50% say disorganization causes them to work late 2-3 times a week. Some people even think being organized is hereditary so that's their excuse for being disorganized! If you would like to have a place for everything, have everything in its place, and enjoy the peace being organized brings, then you won't want to miss this episode. My special guest, Eileen Roth, a productivity expert, national speaker, and author of the book, Organizing For Dummies will discuss the many benefits of being organized as well as systems which will enable you to bring order to every aspect of your life. So, have your questions ready for the expert on organization.

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