This week the collector mentor Challenge is to create a “mom moments” top ten list. The aim is to identify ten of the most memorable occasions that you’ve shared with your mom and reflect on how those moments have shaped your worldview.
The collector mentor Challenge this week is to appreciate a teacher…it is Teacher Appreciation Week, after all.
This week your collector mentor challenge is to find at least 15 minutes of alone time to ask the question, “What will that little line between my date of birth and date of death mean when it is all said and done?”
This week’s collector mentor Challenge: assess your financial intelligence.
Celebrate National Volunteer Week by finding an event which will use your unique gifts and abilities so that you can make a skills-based connection, rather than just volunteering randomly.
This week your challenge is to think beyond yourself and reach out and extend a helping hand, inspired by a father that goes beyond what is normally expected to help his son.
Spend a moment assessing your listening skills and make a point of practicing good listening habits in all of your interactions, including collection calls, meetings, and conversations on the home front.
This week, you get to pick your challenge. But your choices all involve reading more books.
February is International Expect Success Month. And the challenge this week is to honor the mantra: “Expect Success, then work like there is no other option.”
Ask any collection manager for a list of their collection secrets and without a doubt listening skills is always at the top. This week, your challenge is simple: Listen to what the consumer isn’t saying.