Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) January 27, 2009 -- Diane DeConno is excited about the future. Despite rampant unemployment, and what many are calling a global economic meltdown, DeConno believes that a recession offers a multitude of opportunities to thrive and grow. "At a time when many people are simply focused on survival--some of whom are struggling with just that--there is tremendous potential for growth and massive wealth building," said DeConno. "You need to know where to look, what to look for, and then what to do about it."
At the recent Wealth Masters International (WMI) m2 wealth building conference held in Marco Island, FL, the major focus of the 4-day event was just that. A panel of world-class experts shared strategies, tools and techniques for wealth building during an economic downturn. A key understanding is that even in times of economic strife, the rich still tend to get richer, because they know how to. Conversely, economic failure is often simply a matter of financial ignorance--not knowing what to do, or how to do it.
In her role as a WMI consultant, DeConno sees it as her job to change that. "For many years I owned a driving school franchise," said DeConno. "I understand what it's like to impart useful skills to people, and I enjoy doing it. It's just that now the skills I'm imparting can be life-changing. I'm literally helping people to build their financial future."
Wealth Masters International 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, providing 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.
Says DeConno, "Many people learn about money from family, friends or business associates. Sadly, these people are very often entire unsuccessful in financial matters themselves. It's a downward spiral, with bad information passed from person to person and from one generation to the next."
In order to profit during an economic downturn, DeConno recommends obtaining a sound financial education, and then putting it to good use. "You don't need an MBA or a degree in finance," she said. "Much of sound fiscal management is good sense. But you need to be aware of the mistakes you've been making in order to correct them."