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Best-selling author, time management expert, and work life balance specialist, speaker, and performance coach Susan Sly releases new article about leaving a legacy and its impact on productivity.

Scottsdale, AZ. — June 1, 2017— Best-selling author, speaker, and entrepreneur Susan Sly recently published a new article, “How the Idea of ‘Leaving a Legacy’ Helps You Be More Productive.”

Susan published this article at a most appropriate time—Memorial Day. On this day, the audience is already likely considering their own legacy, as they celebrate that of the Veterans gone before them.

Yet, Susan asks, do we fully understand, “What exactly is a legacy? How does it help you be more productive?”

A legacy, she explains, is the mark a person makes – and leaves – on the world. Then, she asks, “Have you ever thought about what you want your legacy to be when you’re long gone?”

She goes on to elaborate that your legacy is basically your “mega goal” or “life goal” that will determine everything you do between here and there.

That’s why it’s so important to come up with a clear idea of the legacy you wish to leave.

In closing the piece, Susan challenges the reader to consider their own legacy—what they want it to be. She also reminds that today can be your fresh start—ready for you to color it with your own adventures and accomplishments.

The full article can be found here:

About Susan Sly

Susan Sly is a best-selling author, speaker, trainer and entrepreneur. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in Forbes Magazine Online.

Additionally, Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists.

She has completed the Boston Marathon 6X and placed Top 10 in the Pro Division of the Ironman Triathlon in Malaysia.

Susan is passionate about philanthropy. As such, she has dedicated a significant amount of time and money working to liberate girls from trafficking. Furthermore, she invests in education to support women and girls who have survived trauma and abuse both domestically and overseas.

Susan is the mother of five children and resides with her husband in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Susan truly believes we can have it all.



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