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Oct 01 2019
E-News October 2019

In This Issue
- ICEL Chair: Creating Connections
- Change. . . .Again!?!?!
- Looking Forward to December
- The Clothes Make the Man . . . Or Do They?
- ICEL Recap: 3 Goal Setting Strategies for the Modern Era

Looking Ahead 

October 8, 2019 CFDD 

Creating an Insanely Positive Workplace Culture

October 10, 2019 ICEL
5 Essential Credit and A/R Skills to Increase Performance

October 23-25, 2019
Portland , OR
Western Credit Conference

Save the Date

November 4, 2019 
Professional Designation Exams

November 12, 2019
NACM Mechanics' Lien Seminar

November 22, 2019
NACM Credit Boot Camp

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ICEL Chair: Creating Connections

by Stephanie Johnson, CCE, Gritton & Associates

It's not personal; it's strictly business. Right? At least that is what I learned from The Godfather. Do you know the scene? Michael Corleone says it when he offers to commit an act of violence to take revenge for their family. Their family business is VASTLY different from the family business I work for, thank heavens. Of course, I also learned to leave the gun and take the cannoli from the same family; so, I am not sure how sound the advice from this movie is. But I digress.

Sure, there is a line between business relationships and personal relationships. I have had more success . . . Read Full Article

Change. . . . Again!?!?!

by Tina Hatfield, Mountainland Supply

Your muscles are tense, breathing rapidly, your heart is pounding, and you have a strong urge to just run. Run away, that is. Why? Because you've just been informed of a significant change within the company. Not only will it affect you, but your team as well. Stressful? Absolutely!

How many of us have been here before? I'm betting all of us have in some form. Whether you've had to lead your team, or you have been part of a team being directed, we have all experienced this. Change is inevitable. It happens and it happens often. So, how do pull yourself together and pull off the smoothest . . . Read Full Article

Looking Ahead to Christmas

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products

The crisp Autumn air has many of us thinking ahead to the Christmas holiday. As you are begin your holiday shopping please note that the Intermountain Credit Education League has chosen to support, once again, Candy Cane Corner as our Christmas charity this year. Many of you have taken the opportunity of donating time and items to this wonderful organization in the past and know how much this service benefits our community.

For those of you that have not had the opportunity to participate, Candy Cane Corner has been established to provide . . . Read Full Article

The Clothes Make the Man...Or Do They?
by Rachael Beohm

I took my two daughters to Oregon Ballet Theater's performance of The Nutcracker earlier this month. We dressed up in fancy clothes, had brunch at an upscale restaurant, then headed to the auditorium for their first ever professional show. (They loved the whole experience.) After, we drove straight to our local community center. My oldest daughter didn't want to miss her final swimming lesson of the season.


In the parking lot, my younger daughter took my hand and whispered, "I feel kinda weird coming here in . . . Read Full Article


ICEL Recap: 3 Goal Setting Strategies for the Modern Era

by Connie Johnson, CBF, Cabinetry by Karman

The members who attended September's ICEL meeting were very lucky to hear from Michael Marcial, a world traveling entrepreneur, speaker, and mentor. The topic was 3 Goal Setting Strategies for the Modern Era.

Michael started by giving a little background on himself. He grew up in Chicago in a family with a single parent. He didn't have a lot of opportunity growing up but knew he was meant to do something bigger. His #1 goal was to help people. He excelled at taking complex issues and breaking them down in a way that . . . Read Full Article