Hardly a day goes by when I don’t think about quitting this business.
I love the mortgage business, really, I do! Sure, there’s been tough times, like working for about 10 different lenders over the last 8 years. Yeah, that was tough. But at least I was always employed, right? Hey, in this business you can either focus on the bad and suffer day in and day out, or, you can find ways to have fun and make it work. Although I sometimes fall into the trap of the former, I make an effort to stay focused on the latter. That’s one of the reasons I write my blog, it makes it more fun.
We all have times when we consider getting out. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had LOs, AEs, processors, and executive managers, just to name a few, that have told me they want to get out of this business. Some actually do, and most come back. But for all of you out there that have thought about it, you might enjoy this.
To set it up, Chuck Lorre is a writer, director and producer for such shows as The Big Bang Theory, Grace Under Fire, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men, and the new hit Mom. He also publishes these “Vanity Cards” after each show which is his way of doing a blog, and I like them. I haven’t read them all, mainly because I don’t watch every one of his shows. But sometimes I catch one that I like, and this one caught my eye.
I also like the one he wrote about Charlie Sheen after the last episode of Two And A Half Men, below…