Do you need a new team member, but unable to hire someone? Do you want to grow your business, but your firm is unwilling to allow you to invest in your own business? If either of these is true for you, GO VIRTUAL. Since 1995, I have continuously worked with between 1 to 5 Virtual Assistants (VA) on my team. My first certified VA was Rebecca Trelfa. She now heads Virtual Dynamos Worldwide. Rebecca says the following:
>Need to delegate some routine administrative duties? How about an off-site solution? Savvy entrepreneurs are embracing the latest outsourcing trend: virtual assistance. Unfortunately, the process of finding, hiring, and building a team of Virtual Assistants is often overwhelming and frustrating for many. Here’s a 10-step plan to get you off on the right foot.
She explains the benefits of Virtual Assistants in her article [Outsourcing Made Easy](http://www.lloydwilliamsinc.com/wp-content/uploads/Outsourcing_Made_Easy.pdf).
If you want to inquire whether a virtual solution will work for you contact Rebecca at [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com). I can unconditionally recommend Rebecca and her group, she will help you solve your problem.