Nick Vertucci is known for being a resilient entrepreneur whom has experience success in two very different industries. In the 1990s he achieved the status of millionaire by selling computer parts during the tech boom. With the dot com bust of 2000 Vertucci found himself almost broke and wanting of a new career path. He found his answer in real estate. Through determination, persistence and hard study Vertucci would find himself making 7 figures again. He would found the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy in 2014 and share the secrets to his success in 2018 by releasing his book, Seven Figure Decisions: Having the Balls to Succeed.
Nick Vertucci grew up in a modest home in Southern California. His father died when Nick was only ten years old. His mother had to work hard to keep their family above water. Nick found himself having to be inventive to get ahead. He had little formal education and no wealth. This motivated him to build a computer parts business which made his initial fortune. Eventually, that company would go bust but he learned a valuable message from the failure. That is, always plan for change.”Nothing lasts forever be prepared for downtimes.” Nick Vertucci admits reinventing himself took a lot of work and it didn’t happen over night. He attributes most of his success to his self confidence and his willingness to take a risk.
Nick Vertucci has a basic 4 part outline for success. He emphasizes that in order for your idea to succeed you have to see it, believe it, map it and execute it. He states you have to envision your product and be clear in what you want to accomplish. He believes confidence is essential to move forward and one has to overcome the fear of failure. However, Vertucci emphasizes planning doable goals and being realistic. Finally, one has to take action and execute. You can’t succeed if you take no action.
The details to Nick Vertucci’s success can be found in his critically acclaimed new book and his Real Estate course. Today he spends most of his time in Orange County California where he does a weekly radio show and plans his next venture.