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Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.

How to Avoid Productivity Potholes

Cynthia Kyriazis


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Disorganization leads to missed deadlines and opportunities….

      Missed deadlines and opportunities lead to decline in performance…

Declined performance oftentimes leads to financial losses and increased stress….

Are your business goals being realized to their full potential?? Or are they falling into productivity potholes?

Cynthia Kyriazis shares with you, the best organization and time-management principles of her 25-year professional career as a productivity trainer and coach. From small business owners to Fortune 500 companies, these principles are proven, effective, and most importantly, applicable to your life, work, and business.

Kyriazis provides coaching and instruction on how to build the foundation for your time-management success: Getting Organized. Once you have mastered this formerly ‘easier-said-than-done’ principle, your time and newly found focus will facilitate the building of the things you really want to be successful at: goal-setting, prioritizing, scheduling, communications,  and delegating, to name a few.

It all really does begin with organization, so don’t procrastinate.

Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.

Incorgnito Publishing Press, 9781944589073, 166pp.

Publication Date: January 11, 2016

About the Author

Cynthia Kyriazis has been improving efficiency and productivity for Fortune 500, corporate, and small business clients with Kansas City-based Productivity Partners, Inc., since 1992 ( A former Operations Director, Kyriazis borrows from her personal management experience to develop strategies that help employees change the habits that raise stress levels and hinder performance and efficiency. 

Kyriazis was recently named one of the “28 best online productivity experts” by best-selling author, columnist, and entrepreneur, Hank Reardon, in “Time Management 2.0”. She has been featured on (Wall Street Journal) and, as well as in the Kansas City Star and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has guest-appeared on several television and radio shows including Jim Blasingame’s, Small Business Advocate. (

 In addition to coaching, training, speaking, and blogging, Kyriazis has formerly served as Secretary to the Board of National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and as President of the International Society for Performance Improvement (Kansas City Chapter). She is a consultant to the American Coaching Association and holds certifications as a Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Professional Values Analyst (CPVA).