Calgary, Canada (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- Barb Hauge, formerly an owner-operator who drove her own semi and ran her own business, has joined forces with internet marketing powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO, the organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "One morning I was driving to my truck and a semi hit my car head-on," Hauge said. "I was off work for months with physiotherapy, numerous doctors' appointments and the stress of not being able to work. If you have ever been in a car accident, or any kind of accident for that matter, I do not need to go into details--you know what I am talking about. For those of you that have been fortunate never to have been in an accident, it is my sincere wish that you never know what I am talking about. The physiotherapist finally told me there was nothing more they could do to help my body heal and I went back to work."
Hauge's entire life had changed. "I soon realized that my injuries were keeping me from doing my job the way I used to," she said. "My muscles refused to work the way they used to, walking, climbing around my truck was a circus act--a clown, actually--and sitting behind the wheel on my 'road trips' was painful. It was then I started to realize that my days of driving were not going to last too much longer. I had to get back into physiotherapy and I had to give up my career. This created a whole new set of problems. How do I replace my income if I can't drive? What skills do I have? I was looking at a bleak future."
Hauge went online and started looking for business opportunities. "I should tell you that I am the kind of person that asks a lot of questions and does lots of research," Hauge said. "After eliminating many opportunities I found a real one--I found CarbonCopyPRO. I now work from home, do not worry about income and have the freedom to take care of myself."
As an online entrepreneur, Hauge now works with a team of internet marketing pros that helps others to go online and thrive as well. "You might want to look at this opportunity yourself," Hauge said.