Bankers often lend money on character, but seldom on reputation alone,
for they have learned that not all reputations are deserved.
By: The Napoleon Hill Foundation
When considering a loan, a banker attaches great importance to three things: the borrower's ability to repay the loan, the borrower's credit history, and the borrower's character. The first two considerations can be calculated mathematically; the third requires judgment and experience. Prudent bankers have learned that persons of character are always a good risk because they take their obligations seriously while those who spend their resources on the trappings of success should be avoided at all costs. Protect your good reputation as you would protect your home, your investments, and your life. Once shattered, a good reputation can only be regained by those who have developed the courage and willpower to persevere in the face of great odds.
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