As an entrepreneur who believes in goal setting, Nick Vertucci was hardworking and patient in his entrepreneurial pursuits. His career changed for good after he founded an academy that gives people a chance to learn about the real estate business. Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy (NVREA) is a product of his enthusiasm for the real estate sector. Before launching this academy, Vertucci spent his life trying to make ends meet.
At only eighteen years old, Nick Vertucci managed to use his savings to open an enterprise dealing with computer accessories. He also struggled to keep the business active until in 2000 when it fatally crashed. The crash was as a result of clients opting for new computer accessories introduced in the market. Vertucci was left with no other choice but to seek debts to feed his family.
Vertucci got a recommendation from a friend to sign up for a real estate workshop. By attending the workshop, he gathered knowledge on how to succeed in the real estate business. The knowledge enabled him to explore opportunities in the property development market and own properties. He managed to set himself free from debts he incurred. He also vowed to help others avoid these debts by using NVREA to educate them on real estate matters.
Since 2014, the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy has been operating with a goal of training people. Vertucci uses the academy to take his crafted investment strategies to the public. He continues to help the institution attain its organizational goals through its head office in OC, California. He enjoys working with NVREA’s professional team to make these goals achievable.
Vertucci as a Visionary Leader
Vertucci is certain that ideas go through four steps before they become fruitful. These steps include visualizing, believing, mapping and execution. According to him, an idea must first be visualized. One must have a clear vision of a goal, product or business before pursuing it. Besides visualizing an idea, one ought to have belief in the idea. This procedure involves using the mind to accept the fact that a concept will be fruitful. Mapping involves creating a plan while the execution part involves implementing the plan.