Category Archives: Fulfillment

Two Ways to Avoid Burnout as a Mortgage Loan Officer

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Mindset vs. Skillset

Mindset beats skillset every time. Check out this quick lesson about why mindset is so important:

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in December 2017

This is it!  I made it the entire year capturing the most important lessons I’ve learned each and every month and then narrowed them down to my top 10 to share with YOU!  Now the question is, will I be … Continue reading

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Does your effort match your desired results?

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in July 2017

What a year of learning, growing, and implementing!  Every month this year, I have been journaling the greatest insights and reminders I learn each day.  Here are the Top 10 lessons I learned in July 2017.  Let me know which ones resonate with you the … Continue reading

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Stop Being Busy and Be Present

If you are familiar with even some business development concepts, you may have heard people discuss the difference between being busy and being productive. It can be described as doing lots of things versus doing fewer of the right things. … Continue reading

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The Third Mistake in Trying to Win Business

Over and over I watch mortgage professionals sabotage their success, and their ability to grow their business.  This is the final part of a 3-part series in which I’m exploring three fundamentals of human nature that are being ignored for … Continue reading

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