Singapore, Singapore (PressExposure) April 14, 2009 -- Malaysia--Kay Sweetuan, a practicing legal consultant who has been an advocate and solicitor for over 30 years, recently announced that she had joined forces with CarbonCopyPRO, the internet marketing and personal development powerhouse that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "One primary goal is to continue to make meaningful income for as long as I want to," Sweetuan said. "I also want to be able to work from home and be around for my husband."
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.
WMI is a company that distributes a highly regarded line of financial information products intended to build success and create wealth one person at a time. The company is founded on the principle that most people obtain their financial knowledge and education from people who were not all that successful in finance themselves. By establishing a solid base of understanding concerning money matters, people can go a long way toward securing their financial future.
According to Sweetuan, the practice of law is a rewarding career providing challenges and opportunities for growth. "Commercial and corporate law advisory work, negotiations, drafting of contracts, and the re-structuring of companies are my main areas of work," she said. "The problem is that it's not a very flexible career. When legal clients are depending on you, they need to be able to reach you at any time, on any day. Whereas this lifestyle and the demands of the career were fine 30 years ago, I now feel that I need to go in a slightly different direction."
Her new career will not only provide the flexible work environment she now demands, but will yield a Sweetuan a significant income as well.