Alma, MI (PressExposure) May 12, 2009 -- Lowell Conklin, a retired autoworker, private pilot and 1st Degree black belt in Taekwondo, has signed on with internet marketing powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO, the organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "I'm moving to a better location," Conklin said. "After being wiped out by divorce, I need to rebuild. I am going to leave a legacy to my son and his kids when I die. I also believe that I'm entitled to a life of plenty, and that exactly what I'm going to achieve. My plan is to master my money, earn a lot of it, and build the kind of financial future that we all dream about."
Conklin spent 30 years at General Motors from which he recently retired. The messy and very public state of the company's finances has done little to give Conklin peace of mind for his supposed golden years. With both the federal government and the United Automobile Workers (UAW) union currently holding major ownership stakes in the corporation, it is anybody's guess what is going to happen to GM's pension fund obligations. "This is clearly not how I envisioned my retirement," Conklin said. "Be that as it may, one must continue to constantly learn and that is what I intend to do. I'm always looking to try new things like studying the martial arts or learning to fly. But in this case, I'm learning how to build my own secure financial future. CarbonCopyPRO is an amazing educational and training resource."
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 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.
The entrepreneur is excited about what the future holds in store and looks forward to moving ahead. "I want to be in a position to help schools and kids near where I live," Conklin said. "Maybe, get back into flying."