Peyton Manning went on to talk about how the bad advice yielded a valuable lesson – that respect and leadership is earned. I think that lesson is extremely relevant to the mortgage industry — respect for your organization is earned, it’s not freely given, especially in today’s competitive market. So how do banks and financial lenders earn their customer’s respect? Well, Manning had a few more pieces of advice…
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