lending: Why We Hate Applying For A Loan - 03/19/14 07:57 AM
Standing Before The Bar / Why We Hate Applying For A Loan 
 
I was 21 and out of the Marine Corp just ten days when I went to work for a small loan company, a week later I was making loan decisions affecting peoples lives. Just two weeks more and I was in the field making collection decisions that could literally destroy peoples lives. 14 months later, and not yet 23, I was now a bank loan officer with millions (5) in authority!
I now sat in a large dark red leather chair, behind a dark cherry desk in an … (19 comments)

lending: Preprogramed For Success Or Failure - 05/25/12 12:30 PM
 
 
Have you ever wondered why we teach Religion to our very young? We're preprogramming them for success or failure! 
 
I don't remember when I started Sunday School, it had to be sometime before four. Among all those wonderful stories there was always a Moral. Then came Moses and the Ten Commandments. The only thing I could relate to was Honor thy Father and Mother.
We learned so much that seemed so irrelevant.
There was all that begetting, and the prohibitions. The only thing we knew was that it was something old people did. We never believed we'd ever … (3 comments)

lending: Being positive is not enough! - 10/18/10 06:32 AM
Being positive is not enough! If it were it would be a tossup weather Richard Simmons, Tony Robinson or maybe even Carrot Top is the worlds best salesman! Even though two of them are great salesman, Being positive is not enough!
Being positive is not enough! Preaching "WIN-WIN" is not enough!
Being positive is not enough! Knowing more real estate than most is not enough.
Being positive is not enough! Knowing more lending and credit than the guy on the other side of the desk is not enough.
Being positive is not enough! Even having the physical agility, stamina and … (6 comments)

lending: TREM # 10 R Cubed Ranting While Stretching - 07/28/09 06:39 AM
You've read my recent blog by the same name. This post is not so much about ranting as it is about getting attention.
All the wisdom in the world is of no value unless shared. Sharing, communicating, teaching and even giving orders never works unless you get the attention. So as I continue to play learn with my QuickCam I pray I get your attention.
Bill
William J Archambault Jr
 
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lending: R Cubed - 07/14/09 07:45 AM
Random Rampant Ranting
Sympathy Is Not Help!
Emotional empathy cures nothing, no one!
Caring can not overcome incompetence.
Misery loves company.
Caring incompetents are good company.
"There ought to be a law" is ignorance, there almost always already is a law.
"We need to enforce the existing laws" is wisdom.
Charity abounds with other people's money.
Personification of corporations is as illogical as the alienation of the people from their corporations.
In foreclosures no amount of name calling will hide the fact that some one defaulted.
No amount of time alone will create experience.
Religion and love require faith. All else … (6 comments)

lending: Stone Tablets / Bill's Rules For Loan Rep's - 05/24/07 10:55 AM
 
Have you ever wondered why we teach Religion to our very young?
I don't remember when I started Sunday School, it had to be sometime before four. Among all those wonderful stories there was always a Moral. Then came Mosses and the Ten Commandments. The only thing I could relate to was Honor thy father and mother.
We learned so much that seemed so irrelevant. There was all that begatting, and the prohibitions. The only thing we knew was that it was something old people did. We never believed we'd ever be that old. It would be another decade before … (7 comments)

 
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