by L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach
We decided this month to highlight a simple yet profound reality.
It's this. Doing good professionally pays. Some organizations and associations outside of our industry teach the value of business ethics. Indeed, most of the professionals we know have an innate sense of right and wrong, and they routinely seek to do what's right. First of all, it is right and secondly, It pays...
An example of doing the right things – proof - is linked here. But let me briefly mention Tim Connor’s article this month, and then share another example.
Barry Noffsinger of Credit Human – who has no idea that we’re about to publish this – is a compelling example of doing the right thing, because it is the right thing to do.
When I asked Barry to be a part of our Tunica Finance Panel on attracting and selling more of the cash and better qualified buyers,
Barry believes in manufactured housing.
As he said in an interview with us a couple of years ago, “Be the change you want to see in the world .” Barry lives that mantra, day by day.
Best, Mediocre and Worst Professional Practices
We’re proud to showcase a variety of operations – including lending, associations, production, communities - that are modeling the good. We’re proud to present alternative perspectives - that have proven to be correct - time and again.
MH Industry Progress!
It is undeniable that the industry is making progress, but there’s still so much more work that can and must be done, because we’re just scratching the surface of our industry’s potential.
Modeling Best Practices, spotlighting good (or problematic) behavior, these are all legitimate means to show what to do, and what not to do.
Click the above to download Barry Noffsinger’s entire presentation.
While we’re spotlighting Barry this time around, which in no way should be construed to mean that there aren’t thousands of others striving – day-by-day to do what’s right, because it is the right thing to do.
The amazing bonus to doing what’s right is that it truly does pay off. Legendary head-coach Lou Hotlz proved that time and again.
Our industry will never, ever reach its true and noble potential until more pros give 110% to doing the right thing, each and every time. And whenever we miss that lofty goal, we need to be honorable enough to admit it, make whatever amends are needed, and then redouble our efforts to doing the right thing. ##