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Publisher's Summary

Is your career as a mortgage officer stuck in a rut? Do you feel like you're spinning your wheels, year after year, never able to delegate or let go of the everyday minutiae? Or are you new to the mortgage industry looking to reach new heights and obtain success in your professional life? 
This book is a game changer for mortgage professionals everywhere. In The Millionaire Loan Officer, you will meet Diane and Peter - two people in the mortgage business with completely different but interwoven stories. Based on real events and the teachings of mentor and author Scott Hudspeth, you'll follow these characters through the steps for success. 
With each chapter's "Final Thoughts" you'll gain the knowledge and action items needed to take you from a mortgage loan officer to a millionaire loan officer.
©2018 Scott Hudspeth (P)2018 Scott Hudspeth
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1 out of 5 stars
By Robo on 08-06-18

Don't like way it was written

Almost after every few sentences, "he said, then she said". really struggled to get pass the 4th chapter

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2 out of 5 stars
By rick valdez on 05-31-18

Sounded like a bedtime story

Title was great, but it felt like story time at night. Narrator played many roles and had many voices, felt like a child! Too bad author didn't feel the importance of narrating it. Hard to capture content in the way it was being delivered. Some decent take away's while trying to take it serious!

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