Westerly, RI (PressExposure) February 02, 2009 -- Dan Liese, a real estate broker for the past 20 years, has announced his new alliance with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) consultants. Liese cites the ongoing struggles in the real estate market, and a generally bleak outlook for the future as a reason for his decision. "I needed to create independence from financial worries, emotional worries and health worries for both myself and my family," said Liese. "I wanted a lifestyle where we have choices as to what we want to do every day."
Liese, who was known for years in the real estate industry as the "Hard Working Nice Guy," had no formal education outside of high school along with some college courses. He never finished his degree and always worked at two or three jobs. That didn't stop him from achieving enviable success in real estate. Liese is very competitive, and learns best with other people in a hands-on, real world environment. Along with his never say die attitude, Liese' favorite saying--Attitude over Aptitude--carried him a long way towards success.
Before he got involved with real estate, Liese worked at pharmaceutical giant Pfizer as an analytical technician. "I don't do things like this on the spur of the moment," said Liese. "I conducted extensive internet research to find an opportunity that suited me. Apart from a substantial income, I also needed to see a lifestyle improvement. All of those things combined are what ultimately led me to CarbonCopyPRO."
According to Liese, the failure rate for new entrepreneurs starting internet businesses is high because many people underestimate the challenge. It's a large, complex, dynamic market that literally changes daily. There are also a lot of dubious opportunities online, including some outright scams. "CarbonCopyPRO provides training that teaches how to effectively market on the internet," said Liese. "I also wanted to be aligned with a top tier company that demonstrated strong ethics and integrity. They've made a successful business by teaching new entrepreneurs--and some experienced ones as well--multiple ways of earning income via the internet."
When asked if he had any second thoughts about leaving the devastated real estate industry, Liese was upbeat and positive. "A career is a journey, not a destination," he said. "I'm simply continuing the journey. The difference is that now I'm happy."