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Welcome to Pat Carr's WhoIs Page
Hello! My name is Pat Carr, and I created this page just so people could get to know a little about me.
I think it's important to build relationships and trust, and this is one way to do it.
I was born and raised in Louisiana. I grew up in a Southern Baptist family and started singing in church choirs at an early age. I also heard a lot of southern R & B, soul, and blues music on the radio that influenced my musical development. I learned piano and then picked up the guitar as a teenager.
I also developed a love of bass fishing on the beautiful lakes around northwestern Louisiana and east Texas.
I started playing music professionally in the 1970's. After starting a family, though, I decided I needed a little more steady income and went back to school to learn electronics. I became a computer test engineer with a company in Colorado. At the same time I was still playing guitar in a blues band and playing guitar and bass in the worship band at my church.
A few years ago, I lost my job due to company downsizing and decided to promote my music full time. I started a music publishing company called PWCarr Music. I learned computer recording technology and released two CDs of my songs. My music now gets airplay on internet radio stations worldwide.
And That, my friends, is how I got into internet marketing.
A pastor in Tasmania heard one of my gospel blues songs on the radio, got in touch with me, and told me about My Power Mall.
Since then, I've learned a lot about networking and found some great companies to work with.
I've also been ripped off, scammed, and otherwise "learned the hard way."
Why is it most people never make much money in network marketing?
It's because they are selling their opportunity first. They're so desperate to get people to join their business that they hound everyone about how great it is.
But people are naturally resistant to being "sold" on something.
You have to develop relationships and trust first. You have to sell You, not your business opportunity.
Wouldn't it be great if you didn't have to prospect, but instead have people coming to you as an expert?
Here are two free books that explain exactly how to do that.
I am in a business that works like that.
You can find out more about it Here.
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