I try to make a difference in the community where I live.  

It’s not always easy, but when something hits you in the face you help out.

The other day I went to meet with the local coordinator of Venezuelan refugees.  I sat in her house talking with her and her husband about the situation.  As we got further into the conversation, it became more and more clear that SHE was in need as much as others.

She showed me the 10 boxes in her garage which were full of rice, beans, toiletries, diapers, and clothes that she wanted to send to a Venezuelan orphanage and women’s shelter but she had no means of sending any of it.  At $100/box for shipping…yeah…

Here she was, serving others like crazy, while she herself was struggling under tremendous burdens.

I don’t know how she does it. 

So I helped out the best I knew how. 

The biggest reason I helped?  

Because I know if I help her, she’ll turn around and help dozens of others.  

It’s the same with hiring Filipino VAs.

If I help you hire someone, you’ll help the person you hire.
And you’ll help their kids.
And you’ll help their parents.
And they’ll help you grow your business.
Then you’ll pass that along and help someone in need.

It’s a big circle of helping.

So I want to give you my book “The Outsourcing Lever” all about hiring Filipino VAs.

I bought 1000 copies 2 weeks ago.  
I’m giving them away free if you’ll just pay the shipping.

Get it now so that come Jan 2 you’re ready to hit the new year running with a new VA.