Portland, OR (PressExposure) January 29, 2009 -- Clifford Temple, who has spent 22 years in the mortgage industry, recently announced his new partnership with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing powerhouse that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI). Temple, a founding member of the Oregon Association of Mortgage Brokers and a past president of that organization, believes that the mortgage industry has peaked, and will be in decline for the foreseeable future.
Temple believes he is being pragmatic during these difficult times, and pragmatism--coupled with a healthy dose of reality--is essential for mortgage brokers seeking economic relief. "Rather than continue to struggle and work long hours through the next several years of so called recovery on a rather meager income," Temple said, "I began to look for something that would give me personal freedom, a comfortable lifestyle while at the same time generating a substantial income." He conducted extensive research online, and realized that internet marketing produced a solid, recession proof career opportunity. Further research suggested that CarbonCopyPRO was the industry leader, so he made his move.
"I wanted to move away from a transactional income model into one based on residual income," explained Temple. "Network marketing, in addition to being recession proof, fit the bill." But Temple had little experience with network marketing, so he needed to find a turnkey opportunity that could help him to jumpstart his new career. That is ultimately what led him to CarbonCopyPRO.
Said Temple, "Their system is highly refined and very successful. It includes both tools and training, and the CarbonCopyPRO team has been extraordinarily helpful and supportive as I launched my new career."
As a mortgage broker, Temple routinely came in contact with customers who really had no idea about how to manage money. Overextended credit, no savings, even the inability to balance a checkbook were common traits. As a WMI consultant, Temple is now in a position to help families correct these deficiencies. "A big part of my mission," said Temple, is to enhance my leadership skills. I have a lot to give, and look forward to working with likeminded people."
Temple is excited about his decision since it represents a lot more than a career change--he is completely reengineering his life and lifestyle as well. "I not only want total financial independence," said Temple, "but I want my life back too."