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Denis Brosnan: Creating Self-Confidence

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Thursday, October 07, 2010

Denis Brosnan, CEO of Prommis Solutions, Inc., talks to students at Atlanta's Grady High School about self-confidence and how to get it. Denis says that whatever success he's had in his life has a lot to do with self-confidence. He explains that whatever your challenge may be, confidence helps you achieve it. Confidence allows you to accomplish your goals. He explains that words have power, if you tell yourself that you can do, you can. Also, perception counts, if you walk around upset or angry, no will want to be around you. Finally, he reminds students that success is incremental, you have to believe that you can do things, and then go one step at a time.

As CEO, Denis Brosnan brings to Prommis Solutions extensive relationships in the mortgage banking community and substantial experience in managing large-scale operational growth, mergers and acquisitions, systems improvements, and strategic change. Brosnan joined the company in September of 2008 as the Executive Vice President of Business Development. Brosnan began his professional career as a practicing attorney, representing mortgage servicers in lender liability, foreclosure, and bankruptcy eviction actions in North and South Carolina for a number of years. During his legal career, Brosnan became a recognized authority on servicing strategies to minimize legal risks in servicing subprime and defaulted mortgage loans, and he was a frequent speaker at national servicing conferences. He also successfully led the national marketing efforts of the default services section of Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC, enabling the firm to grow its practice to the largest in South Carolina in that area and to achieve Designated Counsel status from both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Brosnan holds a B.S. degree in management from Clemson University and a juris doctorate degree from the University of South Carolina. Mr. Brosnan was a Captain in the JAG Corps of the U.S. Army Reserve for eight years.