Weighing your internal opinions and those of others An opinion isn’t true until you believe it. I broke stride as the impact of that statement hit me like a stiff breeze during my daily morning walk listening to my latest Audible book. We all see opinions, many of them
Our sales appointments are our best teacher As professionals steeped in the enthusiasm and promotion of reverse mortgages it’s easy to miss important lessons in our daily sales activities. Our confirmation bias may insulate us from valuable feedback and observations when meeting with homeowners and other professionals. For example, you
Avoiding fatalism Fatalism is tricky. One for its meaning being widely misunderstood and two for how pernicious it is to those who have unwittingly embraced it. While its name may engender some confusion, fatalism does not mean one eagerly awaits death- however it may be the death of hope, achievement,
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