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tarting a business was the most stressful thing I have ever done but it was also the most rewarding. I quit my office job and moved to a

different state to start my journey as an entrepreneur. As we all know money does not last forever and it wasn’t until month 16 that I saw some sort of revenue. I had no idea what I was doing and where I was going but I did know that there was no plan B. I was not born to work for others, I was born to provide opportunities. As things started to click for me as the months went by, I knew I was headed in the right path.

As a business owner, one of the most important things you must do is find the right group of people to help you and your business grow. Easier said than done, I know. I hired all my remote staff for my companies on my own and it took so much work. The whole process can get repetitive, time-consuming, and tedious. It also took me a lot of trial and error before I was able to find the right people and place them in the right roles.

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I started VA Meetly for this purpose. I want to help make it easier and simpler for entrepreneurs to find the right staff and establish the best remote team for their business. How? By taking all the long and tiresome steps of hiring people off your plate and doing it for you. Our hiring structure also ensures that only the best candidates get pooled and endorsed for an interview with you.

I know what is like to do it all and I know what it is like to have a team. Business is like a sport; you do not see people winning without a team. You can go far alone but you can go further with others.

My goal is to help our clients create a lifestyle that they have always imagined. We can all do it, most just choose to not do it. My days consist of whatever I want them to consist of. I love hanging out with my dog Daisy, going to the gym, and just doing whatever it is that I want to do. When you have a team then that is when your business really starts to become an actual business and you can do more of what matters.

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