Southbridge, MA (PressExposure) May 10, 2009 -- Keith Lamoureux, an operating room Personal Care Assistant in a busy Massachusetts hospital has joined internet marketing powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO, the organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "I want to have more time with my boys, to do the things that we never could do," Lamoureux said. "I've always wanted my own business helping people to help themselves. Also, I want to have enough money to not worry about money."
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 that provides its consultants with 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.
According to Lamoureux, the Wealth Masters approach is perfectly aligned with his own. "I would like to help as many people as I can to achieve their dreams and goals," said Lamoureux. "I'll help them to start their own business, and help them to get where they want to be instead of where they are. In other words, I want to help others to make their dreams come true."
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 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.
Lamoureux says he's a good listener, and that will serve him well. "I really enjoy my job in the OR," he said. "I feel like I can make a difference. But even in the grocery store, people come up and talk to me because I listen--and because I care. I'm really excited about starting my new career."