Beachhaven, New Zealand (PressExposure) February 05, 2009 -- Aaron Fletcher, a consultant with Wealth Masters International (WMI) wants to beat the recession. He is looking for like-minded people who want to build wealth, and secure their financial future, regardless of what the global economic meltdown might bring. "A recession creates opportunity," says Fletcher. "The key is understanding what to look for, and then knowing what to do." He went on to say that most people simply aren't aware of the strategies that can create wealth in a down economy.
WMI features a combination of world class education, services, and strategies along with proven consultants that have extensive, successful track records in their respective fields, who come together to help people effectively manage personal finances. The company's mission is to create success and wealth in others one person at a time. The firm also offers a very lucrative network marketing opportunity for its consultants that provides the ability to generate an extraordinary income while helping people to improve their financial situation. The company was founded by Kip Herriage and Karl Bessey, and was incorporated in January of 2005.
According to Fletcher, WMI teaches that change is inevitable but growth is intentional. "A huge part of what I do is to help people to craft a financial survival plan. Without a solid foundation in place, it's almost impossible to thrive in these economic conditions," he said. "Conversely, with a solid footing and well defined plan, anything is possible." This is the part of his role that Fletcher relishes--helping other people.
Fletcher explained that any problems created by man can be solved by man. Clearly, that describes the recession since it's obviously not a natural phenomenon. "People often believe everything they hear in the press, and take it as gospel fact," he said. "But the truth is frequently much different." According to Fletcher, people who think that all is lost and choose to stand by helplessly are making a huge error.
"Anybody can survive and thrive in these times," he said. "You just need to stand up and take action. Nobody's going to do it for you," Fletcher concluded. He also has a vested interest in succeeding--his children, Braidon, 8, Tyler, 6, and Ella 18 months, along with his wife Gabrielle. "I'm not only providing for their future," said Fletcher, "but I get to spend a lot more time with them now as well. For us, this is a win/win situation."