Todd Lubar is the president of TDL Global Ventures. Initially, in the year 1995, when he began his venture into real estate, he was not expecting that this was the career path he was willing to follow henceforth. He has maintained this path and has gained experience in the same, as well as finance until the year 2007. At this point, he felt as though it was necessary for him to diversify because of the many changes occurring, causing the market to be unpredictable. He got involved in an Automotive Scrap metal recycling business for instance.
In real estate, he takes a rather personal view of clients. He has the main objectives of ensuring that his clients get the homes they deserve. This sentimental nature of his dealings could be attributable to experiences he has had in the past. When he was still a student, he at one point took up a job as an assistant at a grocery store. This has always been memorable for him because, apparently, this is where he learned that value of money from. He, therefore, understands what kind of products and services his clients could be expecting from him. Furthermore, being a mortgage banker, it would not be logical for him to disregard the value pinned on any amount of money.
His thoughts about the factors that contribute to the success of a business (especially an entrepreneurship) are rather concise. Influence is the most important element. Therefore, when one is choosing the people they choose to surround themselves with, they should first determine whether they add value in terms of ideas. Influence one key factor that would change the perspective one has towards their business. An entrepreneur ought to remain focused and ensure they put in a lot of hard work to achieve the objectives they set for their business.
Todd Lubar greatly values communication. It is one of the factors that has kept his businesses running even when he was experiencing setbacks. Communication brings up many more ideas through the platforms it creates. He has experienced failures in the past but his enthusiasm has always kept him afloat.