Discover How To Outsource Your Busy Work and Get The Freedom To Travel The World

  • October 17, 2012 · 6:30 PM
  • 6250 Canoga Ave

Hi I know we haven't talked in a while. I hope your kicking ass and taking names... Chuck Norris style!

For a while I wanted to do a get together on outsourcing! Here is why...

Ever since the 4 Hour Work Week book came out there is has been a lot of talk about outsourcing.

Most likely, if you have tried to find outsourced worker bees, you might have mixed results. And by mixed I mean HUGE F#@#@ headache! Especially if you have tried to work outsourcing in India! (Hint: usually India is NOT the best place for outsourcing stuff)

If it's done wrong it's super time consuming and even when you find what you think might be right person it turns out they are a flake or not available and they just end up waisting your time. Truth be told when it's done wrong hiring a virtual employee is PAINFUL, confusing, and annoying.

There is one guy that I know who has really cracked the code for outsourcing. In fact every time I check FaceBook he is in a different freakin' country! That's how you know he is really living the Laptop Lifestyle.

I keep hoping he will let me throw a party in his Hollywood Hills house (while he is away) but that still hasn't happen yet... When you attend see if you can convince him otherwise ...please...umkay?!

onward...

Anyway I have invited him to share some of the good stuff on how he actually does it.

Here is a brief overview what you'll discover:

* Why you should be outsourcing EVEN if your just starting out...

* Where to find the best workers

* The best tools to use for working with your employees

* and sooooo....much... MOAR!

Here is the agenda. Will have some drinks at Morton's before the presentation.

If you decide to attend please order at least on drink so the people at Morton's allow us to come back...Ummkay?! =)

Here is the super fancy agenda...

6:30 PM – 7:00 PM: Drink & Greet

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM: Presentation:

Discover How To Outsource Your Work and Live Like A BOSS!

Presentation by Founder of 123Employee.com Daven Michaels

Here is Daven's super fancy official bio...

Daven Michaels, Founder of 123Employee, is living proof of the American dream. An entrepreneur since age 15, Michaels expertise includes roles as a best-selling author, music and television producer, speaker, and founder of 123Employee. His success comes from understanding that in the era of internet business you need never be “the little guy”.

Michaels advocates for entrepreneurs, small-business owners and large corporations showing them how they can flourish by using communications technology to give them a competitive advantage. At the heart of 123Employee is the conviction that good business means business that is good for people: good for entrepreneurs, good for outsourced employees, and ultimately good for their customers.

In his book ‘Outsource This: Your Complete Resource to the World of Global Outsourcing’ Michaels shares the secrets to successful outsourcing that driven his success, and made him an in-demand speaker for conferences, businesses, radio and television shows across North America. His expertise in hiring, managing and using outsourced employees shows you how to grow your business and be confident you have the resources you need to compete in the 21st century marketplace.

Talk soon,
Gary Zaydman
Facebook.com/garyz

P.S.

Important: Please make sure you RSVP super early
by going here and say YES if you want to claim your space...

http://www.meetup.com/making-money-online/events/83886822/

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  • Jayson

    I never knew how outsourcing can be so "problem free."

    October 18, 2012

  • Christen B.

    This was a fabulous meeting......an abundance of useful information to help you take your business to the next level and enjoy more free time while you are doing it!

    October 17, 2012

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