Pleasanton, CA (PressExposure) February 07, 2009 -- Sayed Sayedi, a successful small business owner with multiple operations throughout California, has announced his new partnership with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) consultants. Sayedi, whose holdings include gas stations, a grocery store and restaurants, and who also has a real estate background, made the move to WMI in order to spend more time with his family. "Operating a single small business is a never ending task," Sayedi said. "But running a number of them completely consumes your life. I want to get some time back so that I could spend it with the people I care most about, and to improve my overall quality of life."
With over 18 years of business management experience, Sayedi understands better than most people what makes an enterprise successful. According to the entrepreneur, anyone thinking about starting a business, particularly a bricks-and-mortar one, should be prepared to work extremely long hours, under never-ending stress. "It can be very rewarding," Sayedi said, "but it's definitely not easy."
And that's during the good times, Sayedi went on to say. "During times of financial crisis, like we're in right now," he continued, "the situation becomes almost untenable. Particularly if you have employees, as I do, when sales start to decline you are forced to make some tough and difficult decisions. I got tired of having to do that."
Sayedi's solution was to become a WMI financial consultant, and then to partner with CarbonCopyPRO in order to help build his personal brand and grow the new business. WMI offers financial education products that are particularly relevant during these recessionary times because understanding money is a crucial element in financial survival. The firm also offers a lucrative business opportunity for consultants who provide the financial training to others. Combine that with the CarbonCopyPRO marketing system and you have a turnkey business which Sayedi says completely reconfigured his personal approach to self employment.
"I now can work from home and don't have to go in to the office. I don't have any employees, and I can work when I want to," said Sayedi. "But the business is completely recession proof. I'm no longer worried about the economy, and I'm making more than I ever have, working less. For me, this opportunity presented itself at precisely the right time."