Debate surrounding the type of voicemail debt collectors may leave for consumers ramped up during insideARM’s August Ask the Attorney webinar. John Rossman, shareholder and chair of the Creditors’ Remedies Practice Group at Moss & Barnett, and John Bedard, managing attorney of Bedard Law Group, got into a heated discussion about the fallout from Foti v. […]
This week’s collector mentor challenge is to recognize the achievements of your peers or thank them for lending a helping hand.
This week your challenge is to do something spontaneous. Say yes when you would otherwise say no and roll with it. See where life takes you.
This week your challenge is to schedule a daily 15-minute chunk of time to grow your knowledge, skills, and abilities. The two requirements are that you do it alone and refrain from multitasking.
Who are the special people in your life who provide you the encouragement you need when the chips are down? Perhaps it’s time right now to give those people a call and thank them for packing your parachute.
This week’s challenge is to fire up the DeLorean and travel back in time in order to see the debt collection industry from a different point of view.
This week’s collector mentor Challenge is to discuss the importance of teamwork with your peers.
This week’s collector mentor Challenge is to rally your team and encourage each other as the first half of 2011 comes to a close.
This week as you head into each call, remember that it is not a debate. It’s a chance to help a fellow human being overcome a serious financial setback.
It can be easy to stick to our routine, but routines can lead to ruts and people get stuck in ruts. This week I challenge you to break your routine, get out of your rut, and try something new.