Todd Lubar is the President of TDL Global Ventures. He studied at Syracuse University, where he was a Major in speech communications. Once he graduated from college, he started out in the world of finance right away. His first job was with Crestar Mortgage Corporation. After that, he worked at Legacy Financial Group. It is based in Texas, but Todd helped them grow their Maryland office at an unprecedented rate. He stayed with Legacy Financial Group for a number of years, until he decided to take up a position as Senior Vice President in Charter Funding, which is a division of Magnus Financial Corp. He has over twenty years of experience in the financial sector, especially with mortgage banking. At the same time, he owns several companies in various other sectors, including in entertainment, construction, & real estate. He gave a rare interview to Patch in which he talked about his model for success and his life story.
Lubar created TDL Global Ventures because he wanted to start something that would help people who needed help. He wanted to offer people relief. He wanted to help people overcome the obstacles that stopped them from getting loans. He says that a big part of his success is finding people who, like him, are willing to go ahead and make their dreams a reality. Many people just daydream about what they want but do not end up doing anything about it.
He was different himself, and through TDL Global Ventures, he finds people who are like him in that regard. He also says that it took him a few years in order to become a profitable businessman. Nothing happens overnight. A lot of hard work comes before you become profitable and successful. There were times when he felt really down and did not feel like continuing. There are times when you will feel like quitting. It is important to keep your head up and continue working towards your goals. There was a time when a business deal he was involved with went really bad. Nevertheless, he forged on and got up the next day like everything was normal. This mindset is important if you want to become successful. Read the full story of Todd on patch.com.