Canby, OR (PressExposure) July 01, 2009 -- George Saenz, who gave up his job with the United States Postal Service after being sidelined by a heart attack and then a stroke, has joined internet marketing powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO, the organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "After 25 years with the Post Office and working all kinds of hours I decided it was past due for a change," Saenz said. "I was being told when I could take a break and being told that I needed to work 12 hours with very little notice. It took having a heart attack and finally a stroke before I knew it was time to say goodbye to the job and move on. I knew that there had to be a better way. I found it with CarbonCopyPRO."
CarbonCopyPRO was founded by internet marketing legends and dynamically successful online entrepreneurs Jay Kubassek and Aaron Parkinson to automate the lead generation process for WMI consultants. The firm handles back office tasks such as website development and management, copywriting and content development, publicity and public relations, as well as call center operations, thereby freeing the consultant to focus on other, higher value activities such as building relationships and closing sales. The resulting stream of high quality, qualified leads helps WMI consultants to jump start their business and to realize explosive growth over time. The firm recently announced an emerging new focus as an entrepreneurial incubator, providing end-to-end training and development services for its members.
Saenz realized the importance of his health and need to create long term wealth, and felt the Post Office, despite providing steady and secure work, was not the answer. A philanthropist at heart, Saenz also wanted to reach out and help others, but lacked the resources to do so. "My health and wealth was more important to me than a regular pay check every week," Saenz said. "I wanted the freedom to make my own hours. For the past 25 years, I've known that the Post Office would never secure my financial future. It took me this long to act on that knowledge, but now I am glad that I did."