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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Consumer Behavior
  • Language:English
  • Pages:125
  • eBook ISBN:9781618422828

Good People/Bad Credit

Understanding Personality and the Credit Process to Avoid Financial Ruin

by Ed Morler, MBA, PhD and Robert Booth

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Overview
To our financial peril, most of us fail to realize how easily we can jeopardize our credit and how influential our personality is in doing so or not. Good People/Bad Credit, co-authored by a behavioral scientist, a banker and a journalist, and bottom-line to the core, clarifies: • What we need to know about the credit process and credit scoring • Which personalities are more likely than others to jeopardize their credit and, • Understanding our personality, what we can do to better secure our finances.
Description
To our financial peril, most of us fail to realize how easily we can jeopardize our credit and how influential our personality is in doing so or not. Good People/Bad Credit, co-authored by a behavioral scientist, a banker and a journalist, and bottom-line to the core, clarifies: • What we need to know about the credit process and credit scoring • Which personalities are more likely than others to jeopardize their credit and, • Understanding our personality, what we can do to better secure our finances.
About the author
Ed Morler, M.B.A., Ph.D. Dr. Morler is CEO of Morler International (www.Morler.com), a management training company whose focus is integrity-based negotiation and leadership development. In addition to extensive work with corporations in the United States, he has designed and delivered programs internationally, from Beijing to Budapest. Integrating his work on integrity, emotional maturity and personality, he selectively works with motivated individuals to assist them optimize their inherent potentials. Dr. Morler is the author of The Leadership Integrity Challenge: Assessing and Facilitating Emotional Maturity and Leading an Empowered Life: Recognizing and Releasing Patterns of Limitation, both multiple-award winning books. He is the creator and former host of the radio talk show, What We Need to Know, an Eagle Scout, and a former U.S. Naval Officer having served four years in the Far East, Mediterranean, and Caribbean. Dr. Morler received his B.S. from Illinois Institute of Technology, his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago, and his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.
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