In the last decade, smart technology has gone from a novelty associated with our cell phones, to a tool that impacts nearly every area of our daily lives. Just has smart tech has continued to grow in its capabilities, the ways in which it is implemented has also expanded. Today, smart tech has begun making waves in the home market. Smart homes are making everyday tasks easier and more efficient, while also making tasks that were previously thought to relegated to science fiction, a part of our everyday lives. While smart homes are still in their beginning phases, with eventual possibilities being virtually untapped, innovations such motion sensor doorknobs, and virtual assistants are becoming more commonplace around the United States and the world as a whole. Currently, issues regarding voice commands can still be tricky to resolve, when in some cases they are incorrect or unresponsive, but this will only improve as the market for smart homes continues to grow. Todd Lubar, a real estate investor and entrepreneur with over twenty years in the industry, has recently begun championing this emerging market, reports patch, citing it as one of the pillars of our future.
Todd Lubar is a graduate of Syracuse University, and the head of TDL Global ventures, which he founded ten years ago. According to Linked In, after graduating with a degree in speech communication, Mr. Lubar worked for several real estate and finance powerhouses, helping the companies to grow considerably, before deciding to begin his own venture. At one point in his very successful career, Mr. Lubar was considered amongst the top 25 mortgage originators in the nation, and since then, has only seen his career grow. Today, Mr. Lubar begins his mornings by spending quality time with his family, before completing his exercise regimen and heading to the office. He attributes the vast majority of his success to his persistence, believing this is key all successful entrepreneurs, as well as his incredible ability to stay organized while keeping his pulse on growing trends. Mr. Lubar also recommends that any entrepreneur keep company that will force them to grow in various aspects of their lives, including professionally and personally.