Salisbury, (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- Pedro Alvarez, a former prison guard who also owned his own over the road trucking company, has joined Wealth Masters International (WMI) as a consultant. In his new role, Alvarez will help clients to create and preserve wealth during these difficult economic times. Using a six-step process, he will work closely with clients, regardless of their personal situation, to create a stable financial foundation, and then to grow and succeed from there.
"Anyone can transform their life," Alvarez said. "But it takes commitment and conviction to do it. Wealth Masters International (WMI) gives you the tools necessary to accomplish this important task."
WMI was incorporated in January, 2005, and is now one of the fastest-growing companies in the financial education and planning industry. The firm offers three innovative products, all tailored to design the lifestyle its clients are seeking. The m1 Masters Program, which leads to getting a person's financial and personal life in order is the first step. Once a solid foundation has been established, the life-changing m2 Wealth Conference provides guidance for complete financial and personal growth. Finally, the m3 Private Wealth Group brings the experience full-circle by providing clarity of purpose and exclusive life transforming strategies in an unparalleled environment of luxury.
"Particularly in light of the current recession, a financial education is something that everyone needs," said Alvarez. "It's critical to long term financial success."
In addition to the educational and consultative products and services provided by WMI, the company also offers a powerful business opportunity, that allows its consultants to build a financial organization with other like-minded WMI members. Consultants who become involved with these organizations can realize tremendous incomes in a relatively short period of time. Many earn well into the six figures their first year in business.
"I'll be earning well into the six figures by the end of the first year," Alvarez said. "This is an amazing opportunity."