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Focus on Your Victories and Learn from Your Failures

We all have “ugly” transactions.   Sometimes things just go wrong…and perhaps continue to go wrong.  I recently talked with two very dejected Loan Officers who were each dealing with an “ugly” loan transaction:  clients unhappy and Realtors complaining and pointing fingers.  If you are … Continue reading

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in November 2017

The year is winding down, and I continue to catch up on sharing my top lessons learned in 2017.  November kicked off with a special trip to learn from and share with my own coach, Todd Ballenger.  A number of these … Continue reading

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in October 2017

Well…it happened.  My year-long goal to hit “pause” and reflect on all that I’ve learned each month didn’t happen!  So I’m catching up now because I DID learn a ton in October.  I only failed to summarize it in a … Continue reading

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What is the real cost of a mortgage?

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To Loan Originators: We Are Not Going Anywhere

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Empowering or Enabling?

 

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Are You Expendable?

As markets shift, change and turnover at the company level is inevitable.  Watching the cycles over the past 20 years has shown me this.  So I challenge you to ask yourself the following questions: How valuable are you?  Are you … Continue reading

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