For this week’s episode of LLL, Jim chats with Leora Ruzin, Founder of Ruzin Creative, to talk about the mortgage industry, hiring and firing cycles, and why those are so unnecessary.
Horace shares his strategy for keeping bad thoughts at bay during a long weekend.
It’s been said once or twice that the mortgage industry tends to “eat its young,” when it comes to development and mentorship. There’s not enough emphasis on recruiting or, especially, developing the next generation of thought leaders.
Octavia is waiting to hear back from Big Corporate Closing Cost Provider™.
I think the real issue lies in the matter of setting expectations. Many times, especially in burnout cultures, we’re told one thing but quickly learn there are “unspoken expectations.”
For this week’s episode of LodeStar Lending Leaders, Alayna spoke with Joe Wilson, Founder of Social Coach. Together they talked all things social media, the future of the mortgage lending process, and how to develop a personal brand.
Octavia doubts Horace’s newfound enthusiasm for mortgage industry conferences.
More than occasionally, we all fail to get the result we want. We come up short. We make mistakes. And it’s here that we can truly take our lessons and develop judgement.
For this week’s LLL, LodeStar’s Jim Paolino gives his take on what is going on in the industry and where things are headed.
Dabbing. It wasn’t cool then. It isn’t cool now.
It’s time to take our industry’s conversation du jour beyond current market conditions. We’ve done that enough.
For this week’s episode of the LodeStar Lending Leaders podcast, Jim had the pleasure of chatting with Bob Ventola, Branch Manager, and Tim Shultz, SVP of National Sales Administration, with Draper & Kramer Mortgage Corp. Both are industry veterans who’ve seen their share of “good” and “bad” mortgage markets.