Entries by foundationtosust

Mindset and Core Beliefs

If we want to be more successful in our business and personal lives, and sustain that success year after year, we must constantly and consistently be aware of our mindset. So what do I mean by mindset? I define it as the core beliefs an individual has about life and business. Uncovering Your Core Beliefs […]

Defining Success

The dictionary defines success in many different ways: the accomplishment of an aim or purpose; the attainment of popularity or profit; a person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity; the outcome of an undertaking. But whose aims, whose purpose, whose prosperity is it that we talk about when we talk about what […]

Giving Thanks – Happy Thanksgiving!

I am so grateful for all the opportunity that the mortgage and real estate industry has provided for me. I am truly blessed getting to work with so many people that are committed to making a real difference in the world. I hope that you and your families have a wonderful day celebrating today! I […]

Non-Negotiable Activity Plan

Run Your Business like a Business. In the mortgage origination industry if you want to create a sustainable model, one that will provide a steady stream of income regardless of the circumstances, you must approach the business as a business. Gone are the days where you took orders from someone else – now you’re the […]

Laziness

IS LAZINESS UNDERMINING YOUR MORTGAGE BUSINESS? In my recent blog about sustainability I talked about discipline being one of the cornerstones to consistently building and maintaining your business. Discipline is hard work. It takes having a plan and working it even when you don’t want to. It takes self-control and the ability to see the […]

Creating Sustainability

WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY? The New Oxford American Dictionary defines it as:  the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level; continuing for an extended period or without interruption. When I talk about sustainability in the mortgage business, I’m talking about having a consistent, reliant stream of new loans and subsequent income regardless of what is […]