Todd Lubar is an entrepreneur who worked for many years in the mortgage industry as a loan originator. He attended Syracuse University in New York State where completed a bachelor’s degree in communication. Besides working in the mortgage industry as both a loan originator and a businessman who gave loans out himself, Mr. Lubar has worked in the real estate development industry. He would renovate homes and then sell them at a profit.
Right now Todd Lubar focuses his time and effort on a venture he founded that is called TDL Global Ventures. The venture was built upon Todd’s skills as a shrewd loan originator and lender as well as his creativity and knack for spotting a smart investment that offers a payback. TDL Global Ventures is essentially what can be called a startup originator that invests money and gives out loans to startup companies and new ideas. See, http://www.toddlubar.com/links/.
Some Takeaways From Todd Lubar’s Interview With Ideamensch
Todd was asked how he brings his ideas to fruition. He responded by saying that a person can have the best ideas in the world, but they will mean nothing and come to nothing if the person lacks a will to see them through. So for Todd Lubar, having the will to see an idea through is what helps him brings ideas to life.
Yelp inquired what is any trend that Todd Lubar finds exciting right now? His answer was that he found connected technology very fascinating. What Lubar is talking about is how he can turn on and off the air conditioning at his home via computer programs while he is away. The fact that he can see his home security cameras while he is away on his phone or computer is also very exciting to Todd Lubar and he uses these technologies frequently.
Another question given to Mr. Lubar was how he makes himself more productive. He responded by saying that he tries to stay as organized as possible. Understanding what is going on at each level of his company is also important. With organization and being in the know, you are pretty much set up for success in your business says Todd Lubar.