Nick Vertucci’s book “Seven Figure Decisions” was released earlier this year in April. In the book, Nick Vertucci tells the story of how he bounced back to success after losing everything in his life. He was able to rebuild his lost fortune by overcoming his fears and changing his way of thinking in order to succeed. The book includes a forward from Kevin Harrington, one of the first sharks from the hit tv series “Shark Tank”. The actor and producer Dean Cain endorsed the book released by Nick Vertucci.
He first found success in the computer industry and eventually lost the fortune that he had built. Eventually, Nick Vertucci made the decision to go into real estate and his life was completely turned around for the better. While he initially made a lot of mistakes he eventually found a mentor. This mentor was able to help him alter his mindset for success.
By having a financial vehicle and a strong mindset Nick Vertucci was able to change his life and business. He hopes that his book will help others overcome the hardships that they may be experiencing in their lives. He believes it’s almost always possible to bounce back from loss if you keep fighting.
The rags-to-riches story was published by Lioncrest Publishing and is available through Amazon. The 350 pages in Nick Vertucci’s “Seven Figure Decisions” outline his philosophy in life and business. They show the reader how they can make their business more sustainable and stronger.
The millionaire was able to make his fortune not just once but twice. First in the tech industry and then in real-estate. If someone is dreaming about being a millionaire, his story might be just what they need to be inspired. While he may have lost it all he still fought back to achieve the success he knew he was capable of.
After training in real estate for years, Vertucci decided to share the knowledge that he had gained. He founded the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy and serves as the chief executive officer. It’s one of the most popular programs of its kind and is sought after by students across the United States.