It is such a joy to join a team like HomeBridge. For most of my career I have been in various leadership and management roles. A few years ago I began writing about those experiences, sharing practical, common sense ideas for ways new managers or other executives can grow their leadership capacity.

You see, we are all leaders in some form or another. As John Maxwell says “Leadership is about influence.”

How you influence the people around you, whether work, community, or home, determines what kind of leader you might be.

Join me as I share some of my musings on the topic. I want to share these insights with you.

And of course, call me if you or someone you know needs help with a home loan.

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