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Dear Loan Officer: High Trust Tuesday!

Dear Loan Officer, I hope this message finds you well. Walking into this week waving my High Trust flag high! As many of you know, I’m a High Trust coach, and was recently a panelist for the Sales Mastery conference … 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: How do Billionaires Think?

Dear Loan Officer, As some of you may know, each week I get a chance to roundtable with some of the top mortgage thinkers and producers from around the country. We recently had a profound discussion about identifying key components … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: 5 Steps to Multiplying Referrals

Dear Loan Officer, We’re all trying to build with our clients, in a way to turn them into long-time fans. Loyal customers will keep you top-of-mind, and will not only buy from you again, but refer you to their greater … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Creating Your 90-Day Business Plan

Dear Loan Officer, Happy Tuesday! I wanted to pull this one up from the archives – a powerful tool for you, to think about how you’d like to engage and make your Q3 the most successful quarter yet. It focuses … Continue reading

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Dear Loan Officer: Signs of a Messy Business

Dear Loan Officer, Happy Tuesday! Last week, I spoke to you guys about Todd Duncan’s Law of the Broom – that to build your business up, you must CLEAN it up. Ultimately, the ability to take time off (when you … Continue reading

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