Stealing US Jobs Earns Author New York Times Best Seller Status

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At a time when public opinion regarding outsourcing in America is abysmally negative, Daven Michaels manages to enter the list of New York Times Best Seller with his book, Outsource Smart. He agrees with the 23 percent of US economists who say that the process of outsourcing pays out in the long run.

Daven Michaels

Daven Michaels

Without knowing how to outsource economically and confidently, you stand to lose more in the long run.

Amidst the outsourcing debacle that plagues Boeing 787 woes; growing concern over increasing job instability in the US, Daven Michaels has managed to capture the rapt attention of the American public with his latest release, Outsource Smart. He reintroduces the concept of hiring a virtual employee and delegating responsibility and control for increased productivity in a micro-niche environment. While the world debates on whether government interference is mandatory to stem the outflow of jobs, authors and successful internet marketers such as Daven Michaels continue to support and promote the immense benefits of outsourcing business processes.

"Without knowing how to outsource economically and confidently, you stand to lose more in the long run," says Daven Michaels. "However, I see America as developing into a nation of strategists, entrepreneurs and consultants in a decade or so who unlock the secrets of outsourcing and enter into global partnerships with coders, HR teams, virtual secretaries and a whole host of support service providers, which ultimately is good for the overall American economy. Hence understanding process outsourcing will help people out of boring jobs, become independent and comfortable in their life, not as employees but as employers of the world."

In a recent publication by Bloomberg Businessweek, outsourcing was shown to be similar to mass immigration of workforce. However, it further goes on to describe how this is the natural course of economies as the driving factor. Moreover, as Daven puts it, there is a visible difference between, charity work, theft and partnership. And, it is the latter that perfectly describes outsourcing, which itself makes it an excellent globalization tool, be it for Americans or others.

"Daven's personal experience, his zeal to move ahead in life where others would give up, taught him vital skills as an entrepreneur, which he has imbibed in Outsource Smart." Beejal Parmar, VP 123Employee says, "While the title might go against current US public opinion, the very fact that it has earned New York Times Best Seller status implies that process outsourcing is the American future."

Outsourcing is no longer about having a large cost differential; rather it is about gaining access to world-class capabilities. In fact, 63 percent of American and European entrepreneurs currently believe that it will allow them access to services and technologies yet unavailable in the US and Europe simply because of the challenges of retention and skill set acquisition naturally associated with them.

Available in a choice of paperback and ebook edition, published by McGraw Hill, Outsource Smart is currently on offer with a free set of 36 Facebook video marketing training for just $19.95 at

About Daven Michaels
An entrepreneur, platinum winning record producer, internet marketer, investor, New York Times & Amazon #1 Best Selling Author and outsourcing specialist, Daven Michaels started early in his entrepreneurial life at the age of 15 years. He currently heads 123Employee, a pioneering outsourcing center that provides BPO, customer support, internet marketing and telemarketing services.

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