It’s just a fact these days that people would rather be their own boss than stay at a dead-end job. For most, that idea is just something to think about when they’re bored. For others, it’s the beginning of a wonderful journey that will end in either success or failure.
There’s no way to tell who’s going to succeed. Though thousands of successful entrepreneurs write books detailing their path to success, there’s no one way to succeed. Millions of people of all backgrounds find success in their respective ventures. Todd Lubar is one of those entrepreneurs.
Though he has yet to write a book, everyone in the finance and real estate industries knows of his story. Todd Lubar began as an inexperienced loan originator working at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. It didn’t take long for him to show promise, especially considering how quickly he picked up on conservative mortgage banking.
Todd worked at Crestar until 1999. He then took another job at Legacy Financial Group. There, he was able to broker loans with more types of clients and act as a direct mortgage bank. Although he really liked working at Legacy Financial, he felt it was more important to begin his entrepreneurial career. You can visit his about.me to know more.
According to Patch, he started by founded Legendary Properties, a small real estate firm. After Legendary Properties found huge success, he began expanding into other industries. To date, he is a part of or owns companies in the demolition industry, the nightclub industry, and the scrap recycling industry.
While the secret to success remains debatable, Todd’s secret is hard work. It’s because of his never-say-die attitude that allowed him to continue even after failing. It also taught him to pay attention to everything that’s going on with his company. The better informed he stayed, the better choices he made. Check out Medium to see more.
An attitude like that really comes in handy when dealing with clients of TDL Global Ventures. Todd Lubar uses TDL to help people achieve their dreams. Ordinarily, these people wouldn’t be approved by traditional banks. You can follow him on Twitter.