Selfish credit unions kill opportunities

When credit union leaders and board members resist change in favor of the comfort of the familiar past, all in the name of love of the credit union, I ask one question:

“What is your credit union story from when you first joined?”

I tend to hear emotional and moving stories about the many firsts that the credit union helped with, and the tough times that the credit union helped them navigate through the years.

My follow up question: “Why are you so against the next generation having that same opportunity?”


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