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Mar 01 2017
E-News March 2017

In This Issue
- Book Review: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
- Get in the Groove: A Playlist for Credit Professionals
- Candidate info for the NACM BCS Board of Directors
- Mentoring = Value
- ICEL Chair Message: What we Know is what we Remember
- Customer Visits - An ineffective use of Time or Valuable?
- ICEL Recap: How to Stay Out of the Audit Bulls Eye

Looking Ahead

March 7 FREE Website Training 

March 9 ICEL - UDOT Planning and Growth Forecast

April 21 Boots and Bandanas NACM Spring Banquet

Save The Date

Jun 11-14, Grapevine, TX Credit Congress 2017Budget for Credit Congress now!

Sep 15 - Fall Outing and Golf Tournament

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Book Review: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

by DeAnna Leahy, CCE, Sunroc Corporation

I recently read the book "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living," with my credit department team. Although Dale Carnegie wrote this book in 1948, the principles that he taught are very much applicable to our lives today. I enjoyed the book and found it very helpful in my day-to-day life. I wanted to share with you some of the great perspectives from the book that I found . . . . Read full article

Get in the Groove: A Playlist for Credit Professionals

by Melissa Mickelsen, CCE, Geneva Rock Products

The power of music is undeniable.  Music can energize or lift you up, or alternately, calm and relax you.  Music can be motivating, provide a distraction, help you work through emotions and even improve your mood when you're upset or stressed . . . . Read full article

Board of Directors: Canditate Information

Each year, three members of the NACM Board of Directors retire and three new board members are elected to replace them. Get to know the candidates; take the time to review the bios and get to know the candidates . . . . Read full article

Mentoring = Value

by D'ann Johnson, CCE, Roofers Suuply and
April Tanner, CCE, Kimball Equipment

In credit, we are all about value. The value monetarily of money, interest, sales goals etc. and socially with networking, relationships, parenting etc.  But have you ever thought about seeking a mentor - or being a mentor? Both sides of the mentor coin offer value. . . . . Read full article


ICEL Chair Message:
How much we KNOW is really what we REMEMBER
by Shane Norman, CCE, Wheeler Machinery

For better or worse, I got some advice early on in my high school career. It went something like this - "You don't need to remember that which you can look up." Over the past couple of years, I have been contemplating the upside and downsides to this advice. I have this belief that you really can't take anything with you when you pass away except for that which you have learned and have stored in your brain. In this regard, looking it up may or may not be an option . . . . Read full article

Customer Visits - An Inefficient use of Time or Valuable?
by Allen Vickers, CCE, A & K Railroad Materials

As smart phones increasingly offer more options, for many people it is a toss-up question of which you could least afford to go without - your wallet or your cell phone? We use cell phones and computers for everything from social media, to completing financial transactions, to getting directions . . . . Read full article

How to Stay Out of the Audit Bulls Eye
by Jo Anne Mills, CCE, Deseret Book/LDS Living

Aaren Humphries, an auditor from Deseret Management Corporation, came to present to ICEL in February and we knew right away this was not going to be an average, run of the mill, presentation. Before the presentation even began he engaged the group . . . Read full article