Todd Lubar, President of TDL Global Ventures, LLC as well as the senior vice president of Legendary Investments is a successful and well known businessman and entrepreneur. Todd has worked in the real estate field more than 20 years and has helped countless others achieve their dreams.
TDL Global Ventures Came About How?
During his 20 years in finance and credit, Todd Lubar realized that he wanted to help others live out their dreams as well. That is why he worked to cut out the barriers which keep people from being able to receive the loans they need and to build something that helped consumers get the relief they needed.
Todd Is Just As Down To Earth As Anyone Else
Todd starts his day off with a simple cup of coffee and sitting down to breakfast with his kids. He then scrolls through the daily news and will check his email before heading out to work out a bit. All of this is done before he heads into the office each day. Todd works out each morning to help to clear his head and to bring him the energy he needs for the remainder of the day.
Todd Lubar tells others that you can think of all the ideas you can as an entrepreneur however you have to make them happen or they will never come to life. It was his experience with real estate and mortgage banking that helped him realize what he needed to do and how to start his venture with the TDL business.
When Todd talks about the one thing that really excites him, Todd speaks of the technology surrounding the home remote function. He loves that he is able to control everything in his home almost with the simple touch of a button on his phone.
Todd started out working for Crestar Mortgage in 1995 and made the jump to Legacy Financial in 1999. From there, Todd expanded to opening his own business at Legendary Properties in 2002. In 2003, Todd opened Charter Funding, a sub business to First Magnus Financial which is one of the biggest privately held program and products. Information sourced from crunchbase.com.
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Arthur Becker’s office is a combination of a real estate office and an art studio. He has a collection of ancient African currencies and some are more than a millennium old. Others have been reproduced by Mr. Becker as sculptures. Two of them will soon grace the Capital Properties building located in Boston.
Arthur Becker enjoys art that features different types of money including euros and dollars. The money is generally contorted and appears crumbled, as stacked gold bars, Jenga pieces and origami animals. He likes to joke about a cash cow being real because of the origami animals.
When Mr. Becker was growing up he had a fondness for the Magic 8 Ball because he wanted to know about his future. They are a part of his art now in origami and paintings. He states the balls represent his decisions and money often escapes.
Arthur Becker has numerous paperweights on his desk. They are mostly gifts from his mother although he did find one when he traveled on the Concord. He enjoyed the Concord because he felt like he landed before he ever took off and compared it to traveling in time.
Mr. Becker spent some time in a Buddhist monastery after college. Once he left he remained in Vermont and became interested in the restoration of 18th century homes. He began with a barn and the next thing he knew of the restored homes was purchased by the Governor of Vermont, Thomas Salmon. Visit Bloomberg to know more.
Arthur Becker was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1950. He attended Bennington college with a unique major combining photography and ceramics. He has been in the position of CEO for two companies specializing in technology.
Towards the end of the 1990’s Mr. Becker resumed his interest in photography. His desire was the creation of photographic images with the use of texture. Additionally, he wanted to bring together visual artifacts and paintings. His current work uses currency as the focus and explores the truest meaning of money. His work has been on exhibit at the Art Basil, the Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach, FL, Morgan Walker Fine Art, and the Hal Katzen in New York.
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You can visit his website arthurbeckerstudio.com