Are You Obsolete?

"The Obsolete Employee," a recently released book by Michael J. Russer, shows traditional personnel as well as business owners or managers how Virtual Outsourcing opens the door to a better way of working and living for everyone.

Santa Barbara, CA, September 16, 2007 --( Find out in "'The Obsolete Employee, How Businesses Succeed Without Employees – And Love It!”, written by Michael J. Russer. Everyone experiences extreme frustration with work situations, no matter which side of the corporate desk they are on. By following the approach in this book, the first to introduce the benefits of Virtual Outsourcing to modern business, those infuriating feelings can be a thing of the past.

"The Obsolete Employee" explores problems inherent in the traditional employment system, presents the use of Virtual Assistants and Consultants as an effective and viable solution, and teaches how to seamlessly incorporate this innovative strategy into any kind of company or industry. The information in this book is so compelling that Michael Gerber, renowned author of “The E-Myth Revisited” wrote the foreword on the spot, calling it “A Brilliant Resource” and that it “changed the way I think about hiring forever.” With all five star reviews on Amazon, the book is proving to be worthy of this praise.

Author Michael J. Russer – a prominent international speaker and entrepreneur – has firsthand knowledge of the effectiveness of this powerful strategy. Thirteen years ago, he realized that the hassles of managing all his employees to get even the simplest tasks done overwhelmed his ability to focus on growing his business. So he went virtual, and now has many incredibly talented people all around the world who run multiple businesses for him, most of whom he has never met face to face. In fact, to prove his point, every aspect of the production of this book was virtually outsourced!

The book was released May 2007 in hard cover with plans for an audio version coming soon. To find out more information on the book, its author, or to schedule an interview, please contact Robin Parker, Marketing Director of Virtual Source Press at or visit

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