Food for thought (from an old master)

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Mortgage and Lending with Christensen Financial Mortgage 385907

You know, some books age real well. You can pick them back up, whenever, and the value's still there.

Here's one;

Something to SMILE About

by, well later.

I really had to think about this one.

Consider the turtle. The only time it makes progress is when it sticks its neck out.

Think now, how many times over the last few years do you think this was necessary to be successful in your business. You just had to do a little more, see it a little differently, stick your neck out to "git er done."

You know there's been a lot of talk, tons actually, about tough undewriting guidelines, and excessive regulations. Try this on for size.

If Patrick Henry thought taxation without representation was bad, he should see it with representation.

I want to tell you, go on the record as saying, I sure don't think those legislators who have been writing a lot of this dam legisaltion adequetely represent my interests, or those of my clients. As a matter of fact I'm sure of it.

But in the end I just need to remember and try to live by the old Chinese proverb;

Deal as gently with the faults of others as you do with your own.

Wow, that one's a toughie. I'm not so sure I do that well. Somethin to work on I guess.

That book was written back in 1997. It's still worth reading (again) today.

The Author

Zig Ziglar

thanks Zig 

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