Lisa is passionate about sharing her love of organization and the freedom an organized life brings through her professional organization services, blog, and podcasts.
Lisa Woodruff is a professional organizer and productivity specialist from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Lisa has been passionate about organizing since childhood. She began professionally organizing clients home offices and homes in 2004. Lisa has helped thousands of women reclaim their homes and finally get organized with her practical tips, encouragement, and humor through her blog and podcast at Organize365.com.
Lisa speaks to the sandwich generation mom who is working so hard to raise their children, provide for their families, keep their marriage alive, and provide support to their aging parents. Lisa focuses on achieving balance, creating systems, giving perspective, and adding humor for her audiences.
Lisa believes organization is not a skill you are born with. It is a skill that is developed over time and changes with each season of life. You can get organized and Lisa is here to help.
Lisa speaks on the following topics:
How ADHD Affects Home Organization
Understanding how each of the executive functions of the mind work and their impact on physical organization is eye opening. Lisa will share relatable stories and practical strategies to help the audience finally get organized.
This talk can be presented as a short 1 hour keynote with high-level broad strokes or as a full day or retreat seminar with 30 -45 minutes devoted to each of the 6 executive functions outlined in Lisa’s book.
In a retreat or seminar presentation, examples shared will relate to the audience’s life experiences combining how these executive functions affect both home and the needs and responsibilities of being a fulfilled, contributing member of the organization.
- What are the executive functions of the mind and how do they work?
- How to optimize your mind for peak organization and productivity.
- A deep dive into one of the executive functions for each 30 -45 minutes of speaking time.
The MINDSET of ORGANIZATION
There really is no denying that as you move through the various stages of your life, your organizational needs and the demands on your time will change. Most organizational books on the market profess to have a one-size-fits-all solution to home organization. Lisa does not.
As a former teacher, professional organizer, and productivity coach, Lisa knows that organization is more than just 15-minute daily tasks or cute ways to use fun containers. As a generation translator and problem solver, she has been able to help hundreds of women in Cincinnati, Ohio—and thousands of women around the world—get their homes organized and keep them that way. It all starts with your mindset.
- Understand the organizational phases of life.
- Identify the unique organizational challenges you’ll face in each phase of life.
- Understand the emotional clutter in your storage rooms in each phase of life.
- Make a plan to get organized.
ORGANIZATION 101: the SUNDAY BASKET
The Sunday Basket is Organization 101. Paper is here to stay. Creating systems for your paper will free your mental anxiety and help you be more productive.
- Understand how to touch your paper weekly and move from paper overwhelm to paper sanity.
- Create a weekly routine for household management.
- Learn what papers you need to keep, what to let go, and how to store it all.
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