Ep 24: Scott Peckford – Harnessing Willpower to Achieve Success
“I am very careful about protecting the mindset because that's everything for me.”- Scott Peckford
Scott used to be a paramedic before becoming a mortgage broker. The transition was not without challenges. At the outset of his new career, he was told right up front that he wasn't cut out for this job. However, that didn’t deter him from achieving his objective. “I needed to be told I couldn't do it,” Scott recalls, and he still believes that was the best thing that anyone could’ve done to him. It pushed him to do all in his power to get to where he is now.Today, Scott Peckford is your go-to guy when it comes to expanding your mortgage business. In addition to being a mortgage broker, he's a coach, an author, and a podcaster. Scott is the founder of The I Love Mortgage Brokering Network of podcasts and they offer a series of shows aimed at assisting the mortgage broker community. He with his crew runs one of Canada's fastest-growing mortgage companies now, as well as an academy that equips mortgage brokers and loan officers with a variety of useful tools.
From having no prior sales experience to becoming a sales trainer, Scott has come a long way. In this episode of the Loans On Demand Podcast, he tells Luke about his road to success in the mortgage sector. He also talks at length about their coaching program and gives a slew of advice to help you grow your business. This show is chock-full of great information for rookies as well as seasoned brokers seeking fresh ideas.
What You Will Learn:
- How you become a successful loan officer.
- What Scott's initial impression of sales was, and what he learned subsequently.
- Why mindset is your biggest asset.
- How Scott resolves many issues by thinking outside the box.
- What's the one piece of advice he’d give a new loan officer on how to generate more business.
- And much more!
“I am very careful about protecting the mindset because that's everything for me.”
- Scott Peckford
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