Having Laser Focus Control Over Your Business w/Nash Paradise

On this episode The Loan Wizard, Nash Paradise joins Sean and Kenneth to talk about the steps he has taken to build a successful origination business. Nash gives his secrets around setting expectations, boundaries, and a non-negotiable focus on following through to completion. 

“I believe the mortgage business is a servant industry, and I am here to serve others.”

– Nash Paradise

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What We Learned From This Episode

  • The little things can make all the difference between 3-5 loans a month and 10-15 loans a month.
  • If you don’t block off time chances are they won’t get done.
  • Don’t let fear stop you from growing your business.
  • Setting boundaries and being proactive will make your job easier and more enjoyable. 
  • By turning off distractions you will be surprised by how much you can get done.

Quotes from the episode:

“You have to have a plan and know what you’re doing before you hit go.”

“Your true partners will respect your time because you respect theirs by b“You have to believe that the little tasks will be a difference maker.”

“I believe the mortgage business is a servant industry, and I am here to serve others.”

“Whatever is most important in your life, there will always be time for.”

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Guest Bio:

Nash Paradise has been a top producing loan originator since 2006. He specializes in property purchases with a wide array of clientele including first-time home buyers, business owners, and veterans, servicing all of Texas. Nash attended the University of North Texas to pursue a career as a professional Bass Trombonist. Clearly that worked out well. Nash has lived in North Texas his entire life, and in the city of Keller since 2009 with his wife Jennifer, who is a Registered Nurse, and his son Nash II.

Nash is also the founder of Hired Threads, a non-profit organization founded to provide professional business attire and interview assistance to the unemployed.

Nash spends his free time participating in the North Texas Jeep Club with his Jeep “Grace”, kayaking, hiking, and ripping up the golf course. Quite literally.

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