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Dear Loan Officer: Focus on Your Victories and Learn from Your Failures

  Dear Loan Officer, Everywhere I look, I can see a hurdle, a problem, a stumbling block.  Sometimes, things just go wrong, and perhaps continue to go wrong.  I recently talked with two dejected Loan Officers who were each dealing … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Feel Like You Never Have Enough Time?

  I envision everyone reading this nodding and raising their hand. I face this challenge pretty much every day, being a highly motivated, goal-oriented professional. Many of us, are also juggling virtual school for our kids, and working from home … Continue reading

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Pole Pole! A Lesson from Climbing Kilimanjaro

*Repost from November, 2016 Having just gotten back from climbing the highest mountain in all of Africa, I can say that the journey on Mt. Kilimanjaro taught me many lessons. What was the most important one? Set crazy, big goals … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Manage Your Energy FIRST

Dear Loan Officer, I’ve been doing some studying on emotional energy.  Your thinking.  Your feeling.  Your vibe so to speak.  (Which comes from ‘energy vibrations’.)  And how all this impacts our ability to sell, build teams, and lead others. We broadcast energy all … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Why It’s Important to Take Time Off (Even in COVID-19 Times)

(This is a repost from March 7, 2017) I’m about to tell you something that will radically transform how you think. In fact, for some of you, it may change everything about how you run your business and life. When … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Loan vs. Relationship

Dear Loan Officer, I hope this message finds you well! Few would argue with the idea that building relationships is critical to success in our mortgage lending industry. However, with current rates at historic lows and phones ringing off the … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: What is Your Mission + Purpose?

Dear Loan Officer: What is Your Mission + Purpose? Continue reading

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Do Your Activities Match Your Goals For 2020?

This video was made last year, but the concepts are the same regardless of the year. With our Annual 10X Growth Summit Event coming up in a month these are great concepts to keep in mind as we come into … Continue reading

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What do YOU sell?

Mortgage Loan Officers, do you know what you are really selling to your customers? Get clear on what it is you really do for people.

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Your Most Profitable Relationships Mature Over Time

When it comes to the Law of Incubation, one thing is certain: If you consistently add significant value to your clients over time, they will eventually come to a place where they cannot imagine doing business without you, or referring … Continue reading

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