Elizabeth Lulu Miranda of Mercury Organizing Professionals was invited by Michele Kravetz of CRAVE to participate in their Coffee Chat. On November 18, 2009, along with three other distinguished panelist Lulu shared her ideas and strategies for making better business decisions in 2010.
Elizabeth Lulu Miranda of Mercury Organizing Professionals will be featured in the Intelligentsia section of the CRAVE Chicago 2010 Issue.
Mercury Organizing Professionals along with Lidia Varesco Design partners together to bring you Neighborhood Networking each month. This month however they will be joining with “Sip and Give” for different kind of event. This is NN’s last event for 2009. If you’re looking for a new way to network while giving back to our beautiful community? Participate in this networking event with a cause.
“What I like most about Lulu is she is efficient and extremely capable of taking on any organizational task. I was a bit concerned that my computer was so overloaded with information that it was going to be very difficult, if not impossible to organize the information in a comprehensible way. Lulu helped me instantly with a plan and a strategy that seemed so effortless. The three biggest benefits with working with Lulu are: she is friendly, intelligent and creative. There isn’t a challenge she isn’t up to tackling. I would highly recommend her to any one looking to organize their life a little better – she is amazing! Thanks Lulu!”
“I wanted to let you know that my session with you was very helpful. Your clarity and your ability to decipher exactly what I needed was truly remarkable. The skills I learned from you have already made my business operate with more ease and flow. And finally the resources which you shared with me will enable me to see my business from a greater viewpoint , allow me to get more organized, and help me position myself towards expansion. Many thanks,”
“I would like to share with you the tremendous benefits I have enjoyed since working with Lulu Miranda of Mercury Organizing Professionals in organizing my home and home office. I thought I was decently organized. Talk about not knowing what you don’t know!! Ms. Miranda did such a nice, life-enhancing and business-enhancing reordering of office and home that it is fun to work from home and live there now. The best part is this: she works in such a nice, informative way that when she leaves it is easy to maintain the order Lulu has helped you create. Her method is not to impose her order on you, but to work with you to create your own highest and maintainable order. Clearly, I love what she does and wish I would have met Lulu years ago.”
Thank you, Carey Szczesny
“It is with great pleasure that I recommend Elizabeth Miranda (Lulu) for her exceptional assistance in helping me rediscover my closet. My disorganization has undoubtedly been a major source of stress and lack of style in my life. Lulu really listens to me about my current needs and has given me many helpful suggestions. She clearly explains possibilities and helps one make them happen. If you would have seen my closet recently, you would have realized how patient Lulu is. She never judges based on how much “stuff” they have, although my family thinks I have a Carrie Bradshaw addiction! I have some fabulous shoes!!! My family was shocked when they came home and saw my floor. I am not hunting for things any more. I have known Lulu for many years and have seen her strong work ethic and spotless desk at work. Lulu is very professional, easy to work with, has a great attitude, is very patient, is confident in her abilities, and is self-motivated. In fact, I would not want to work with any one else. Thank you so much for your expertise and just being you.”
Did you know that you can recycle Cork? Why? you ask? Not only is it an energy efficient, biodegradable, renewable and sustainable 100 % natural product but because there are 13 billion natural cork wine stoppers sold each year into the world market, and presently they are ending up in landfills.
Cork is a natural, buoyant material and has the ability to absorb and retain up to 9 grams of CO2. It is an important source of CO2 retention.
These recycled corks are used for shoe soles, bulletin boards, place mats, fishing rod handles, building insulation, playground equipment, floor tiles and packaging material.
According to an article posted on the ReCork America website, they have a plan with Whole Foods to accept wine corks in California. So, why not ask your local Whole foods to participate in the same program.
I love it when I can figure things out. The best thing is to follow the step by step instructions. Like following a recipe in a cookbook. First you get all the needed ingredients/elements and then you learn from the steps others have already taken. They tested it and know that it works. I just love it when it actually works. For example; I’ll attempt something unfamiliar and then see what happens when I stick with it even when it gets frustrating. Voila! Presto!Done!
Not sure why some things turn out the way they do, but I guess that is the beauty of the individual the touch.
Moral of the story: If a project seems daunting then break it down to its parts and attempt it step by step. Sure enough it is easy as pie! and you have a finished product that you are proud of.
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I really enjoy reconnecting with friends on Facebook, I like posting my photographs as a “slice of life” and telling friends what is going on in my world. I even recently joined the twitter crew and can be found @mopdscom; that’s my website address at www.mop-ds.com. But I have to admit that the best way I connect with people is in person.
Neighborhood Networking events in general are comfortable and rewarding ( nice raffles) . This month it was sponsored by Chief O’Neill’s in the Avondale area. The venue is a great Irish bar with a vintage style pub imported from Ireland. The folks are all friendly and service spectacular. Food is great and the garden is especially large. The event on Thursday- September 16th was filled with a great group of networking people , great food and good conversations. I am looking forward to the next one.
The Village Tap is a local tavern in the Roscoe Village area, it has a friendly atmosphere and the food is great. A big “Thank You” goes out to Michael Greene of the Village Tap for helping make this a successful event. People were saying how they plan on coming back. The outdoor back patio has a covered awning used for the shelter in the rain and snow. The fireplace and heaters make it an all year-round place to go. This is an added bonus while living in Chicago where there is cold, rain and snow for the most part of the year.
is a personal organizer who assists business operations and home owners
by clearing out their clutter and creating systems for better organization.
She is an innovative and resourceful organizer and an inspired motivator
who loves to help people help themselves to create a better way to control,
manage and enjoy their work and living spaces.
in organizing to create a functional and efficient work space.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT
July 16, 2009 - Thursday6pm-6:30pm Half hour of networking
6:30-7:15 pm Workshop/ Presentation
7:15-7:30pm Questions/ Conclusion
RSVP by replying to this invitation
7500 W. Madison St.
Forest park, IL 60130
Julia Archer: Owner
Parking: There is free parking and should be easily available after
6pm on Madison St. or the side streets.
This event is closed and no longer taking attendees.Please stay tuned for other workshop schedules.
Neighborhood Networking is starting its journey throughout the city’s neighborhoods introducing you to other small buisnesses.Venture out of your usual routine and make new connections. Please visit http://www.neighborhoodnetworking.eventbrite.com