Mr. Todd Lubar, the President of TDL Global Ventures is one blessed man who has managed to succeed in everything he lays his blessed hands on. From an entry-level job at Crestar Mortgage Corporation all the way to building one of the biggest and most successful real estate and financial services companies in the United State, his story speaks for itself. Some days back, an online publication got a hold of him conducted an elaborate interview in which he opens up about his successful journey through the murky business world.
In the interview, Todd Lubar reveals that his business mainly targets individuals who not only dream but also have the guts to get up and take action in a conscious and deliberate effort of trying to make their dreams become a reality. His vast experience and deep understanding of the financial services business and the real estate market have gone a long way in equipping with the skills he needs and hence Mr. Lubar what to look for in any given business opportunity and how it can be mutually beneficial. For more details visit LinkedIn.
He further adds that he was not the kind that got anything on a silver platter but rather through sheer hard work and that it took him a number of years before he became the successful businessman that he currently is. His only challenge currently is to keep the fire burning so that he can keep helping people and the organizations that he dearly represents. Check out Yelp to see more.
In the interview, Mr. Todd Lubar reveals that at first when he was starting out as a businessman he did actually doubt whether all is going to work out as planned. In fact, during his first year, one of his business deals went south forcing him to start again afresh from scratch. However, his advice to budding entrepreneurs especially those who meet such obstacles in their first 12 months into the business is basically to pick themselves up fast and keep going, this time with a better and wiser strategy without losing motivation because there will always be more business opportunities to take advantage of and that is exactly what he did. Follow their Twitter page for more.
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