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NAPMW Report: A Capital Investment

Nikki Gilbert Bell
Jun 15, 2015

Spring is in the air and it is a time when most of us “spring clean” our homes. However, have you ever stopped to spring clean yourself?

In a previous article, I wrote on how change is often viewed as a “four” letter word. In order for change anywhere to take hold, it must begin within each of us. Therefore, it is time to spring clean our minds, our hearts and our attitudes. The National Association of Professional Mortgage Women (NAPMW) invites you to make a capital investment in yourself.

Our national conference is in Washington, D.C., Tuesday-Sunday, May 14-17. The education will be rich in content and will inspire thought-provoking questions. The friendships and networking opportunities are endless. Between the education and the networking, you will find enrichment for both your professional and personal life.

Ask yourself, if not now, then when and if not me than who? Now is the time to take the first step in making a capital investment in YOU!

Please visit for registration and event details. I look forward to seeing everyone in D.C.!

Nikki Bell is Managing Partner of 4Cast Solutions, and holds many leadership positions in industry associations, such as the president of the NAPMW and a governor on the board for the Mortgage Bankers Association of Georgia (MBAG). She is a certified Customer Service Trainer and a John Maxwell Certified consultant and speaker. She may be reached by phone at (678) 357-2574 or e-mail [email protected].

This article originally appeared in the April 2015 print edition of National Mortgage Professional Magazine. 

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