Todd Lubar gave an interview on Ideamensch two months ago. He talked about his work and life in general. Lubar said that he was excited about a future where remote controls could be used to control everything. Lubar gave an example of how he was able to adjust the lights, the fan, and the air conditioning by the touch of a button. Lubar explained that his productivity as an entrepreneur resulted from his ability to stay organized and informed on every detail of his business. He was able to make better decisions because he was up to date on everything.

Lubar was asked what he would do differently if he was given a chance to start again. He mentioned that he would be more selective about the people that influenced him. He explained that he should have surrounded himself with people that challenged him to grow. Lubar advised entrepreneurs to work extremely hard because it was the only way that they could build a successful business. He noted that it becomes demanding sometimes and one needs to take a step back to look at the bigger picture.

Todd Lubar is the president of TDL Global Ventures and a senior vice president at Legendary Financial Investments. He studied in Washington DC and New Jersey before joining Syracuse University. Lubar earned a degree in Speech Communication from the University in 1995. He has held various roles at companies including Charter Funding, Crestar Mortgage Corporation, and the Legacy Financial Group.

His biggest accomplishment at Legacy Financial was growing the loan volume to hundreds of millions of dollars annually. He diversified by starting a couple of businesses to stay afloat during the market crash in 2008. Lubar owns a commercial demolitions company, a nightclub, and a recycling business. His lengthy career in the mortgage and lending industry helped him to establish a network of agents, loan originators, and traders. It is this network that allows him to provide services to clients in a timely manner. Lubar was recognized as one of the top mortgage originators in the country for several consecutive years.

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