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Diva Digest

Karen's weekly blog posts with sales and marketing strategies, links to member-only content, inspirational messages and the latest mortgage industry news. 

So, this just happened to me—I started to reflect on some of the things that I regretted doing when I was in the mortgage business. But (and it’s a big but), I realize that each of these regrets was also a learning experience – meaning that once I recognized the problem, I changed my routines, lost weight, and made some major changes in my life. The key word here is “recognize”!  While I don’t want you to become a Negative Nancy, you might want to write down some of the things you have regretted in the past and then determine…
So much to do. So little time. What I know for sure is that most women go 80 miles per hour—managing their business.  Their family.  Their charities. Their meetings. But they don’t take the time to “pause” and reflect on their achievements and be grateful for what they have accomplished.  It can be overwhelming If you haven’t taken the time to pause and reflect on what you did last year.  Consider thinking about the top 3 things you accomplished (going through your calendar) and write them down.  Take about 5 minutes (each) and think about how they made a difference…
Jessica Petersen, our Mortgage Girlfriends Social Media Coach, and I recorded a short video with some mistakes that we have seen loan officers make when it comes to Facebook and LinkedIn.    What You Will Learn in this Interview: Why you need to list your lending areas Why your “About Me” page is the most critical page Tips on how to get people to respond to your posts How to add value when sending a private message.
Are you reactive—meaning that when something unexpected happens on a file in process, it surprises the hell out of you? Or, are you proactive—meaning that you manage your files to minimize surprises?  Three times a week, my assistant, processor and closing person held what we called “The Huddle”.  On Monday morning, we reviewed every file, including pre-approvals, and determined the status and what was needed to meet the closing date.  We assigned tasks.  I called agents to update them.  The processor’s list consisted of final conditions.  The closer followed up on closing documents, setting up dates and times and funding.…
For 52 weeks this year, we have shared a Diva Digest Blog with ideas and thoughts that we think have a profound effect on women in the mortgage business. Listed below are a few of the blogs that we thought you might enjoy reading again. Oh, and even if you are not a Mortgage Girlfriends Member, YOU CAN READ THEM TOO! But I Can’t Afford It I’ve heard this statement —“I can’t afford it” – and it drives me BONKERS!  I remember when I decided to attend my first mortgage seminar.  I had 2 children.  I was making like $30,000…
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