Regina Leeds has brought order and peace to home and work environments across the United States for more than 25 years. She was one of the first to address the psychological and emotional impediments many people face in their desire to get organized.
Currently based in Los Angeles, Regina Leeds clientele runs the gamut from movie stars to business people and housewives. Regina was one of the first professional organizers to address the psychological and emotional impediments many people face in their desire to get organized. Her system is called Zen Organizing and her slogan is ‘Inner peace through outer order.’
She is the author of ten books including New York Times Best Seller One Year to an Organized Life. Other books in the One Year to …series are: One Year to an Organized Work Life, One Year to an Organized Financial Life and One Year to an Organized Life with Baby. For those with limited time she wrote The 8-Minute Organizer and for those facing a move she created Rightsize! Right Now. She is also the author of an Idiot’s Guide. Regina has yet to identify a single downside to spending time getting organized. She will help you experience its value as well.
CNN Commentator & Host
Founder of On-Target Living
From Bedroom To Boardroom: Zen Principles For Maximum Productivity
In this day and age, everyone is hyper connected. We text, talk, tweet before getting in the shower. We google map and Yelp search our way through life but do we ever slow down and question whether all these tools are actually making us more productive?
In this talk Regina shares the principals of Mindfullness that are most effective in maximizing productivity and guides your team in how to slow down to speed up.
Chaos: How The Office Effects The Offers
Messy desk. Uninviting boardroom. Old food in the lunchroom fridge. In this insightful keynote, Regina address the top three ways that your office space effects the offers coming in and how CEO, managers, and general employees alike can work together to create an atmosphere of peace and wellness for maximum productivity.