Todd Lubar is president of TDL GLobal Ventures, LLC as well as Sr. Vice President

of Legendary Investments. Like many successful businessmen Mr. Lubar’s story of

triumph included a vast amount of diverse experiences as well as his fair share

of challenges. Mr. Lubar’s story is one of determination and perseverance

as he has conquered many obstacles in his nearly two decades in the real estate mortgage business.

Todd Lubar attended high school in Hightstown, New Jersey at The Peddie School.

He then attended Syracuse University from which he graduated in 1995 with a

Bachelor’s degree in speech communications.

After college, Todd Lubar took his first job with Crestar Mortgage. Four years later,

Lubar took a job with Legacy Financial Group. Legacy, based out of Arlington,

Texas, assigned Lubar to its Maryland office. While in Maryland, Lubar, in quite

impressive fashion, helped increase the annual loan volume of Legacy’s Maryland office

to several hundred million dollars.

Despite six years of success at Legacy Financial Group, Lubar once again ascribed

to the grass is always greener theory. Lubar’s next career move would find him

as Senior Vice President of Charter Funding, a subsidiary of First Magnus Financial

Corp. Despite the fact that the majority of Lubar’s experience is in the mortgage

banking business he has found time to moonlight in a variety of fields. Among

them was a night club, a demolition business, and a real estate development

business. All this while maintaining a level of performance in his main career path

that saw him ranked on Crunchbase amongst the top mortgage originators in the country for

many years.

As of present Todd Lubar is more than content with his role as president of TDL

Ventures where he feels ‘he is able to help people in need and assist them to fulfill their most ambitious dreams.’

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When you think about starting a business, how do you feel? Entrepreneurs might feel exhilarated and apprehensive at the same time when they think about starting their first business. It is helpful to find inspiration from others who have already started a successful business. Doe Deere, founder of Lime Crime, is a business owner who has so much to share with the world! Her story is inspiring to new entrepreneurs and first time business owners.

 

Doe Deere started her business officially in 2008, though before that her life had been leading her in the direction of a cosmetics-based career. Deere was born in Russia and then spent most of her life in New York City. She is passionate about cosmetics, and usese make-up as a form of self expression. In 2008, she found that the gifts and enjoyment that she found with the use of cosmetics could actually form a career path for her. She started selling products related to her passion, and her business grew from there. Learn more: http://www.phillypurge.com/2017/06/05/finding-your-business-niche-like-doe-deere/

 

This is a good learning point, as we look to Deere for business advice. She was already passionate about cosmetics, was very skilled and knowledgeable, and wanted to know more. As you consider starting a business, think about your niche. Where do your skills lie? What are you passionate about? Where is your knowledge base, and what knowledge do you want to share with the world? What are you excited to learn about? Answering these questions will show you what direction your life is already pointing in. Learn more: http://guestofaguest.com/los-angeles/interview/interview-lime-crimes-doe-deere-on-how-to-make-your-dreams-come-true

 

However, passion is not enough when it comes to starting a business. Starting a business takes passion, of course, but in addition you also need to have a business plan and a willingness to spend money rather than earn money right from the get go. There is an initial stage of starting a business in which you might be working for nothing, and even spending money in order to get your business off the ground. In our current paradigm we think that for every hour we work, we must get paid. This is not the case for first time business owners! Business owners must be willing to put in long hours for little pay in the start-up phase of the process. This will be worth it once the business starts to pay off, as time passes! Learn more: http://doedeerefam.com/

 

Doe Deere can serve as an example for new entrepreneurs who hope to find their niche. Doe Deere founded her company, Lime Crime, around that idea that make up shouldn’t be just for covering over faults, it should be about artistic expression. This belief was her niche and was the belief that gave birth to her brand.

 

She believes that people are happiest when the allow themselves to be weird and expressive rather than repressed. This gave her the idea to share bright bold hair colors, lipsticks, eye shadows, and more within her cosmetics line. Along the way she has had to continuously trust her own judgement about what is right or wrong for her brand. Lime Crime is primarily an online retailer, which was one idea that she had to stand behind when others told her it might fail. Learn more: http://www.fundacity.com/doe-deere