According to NY Daily News, succeeding as an entrepreneur can feel like an almost Herculean task. Perhaps that is why Arthur Becker’s career has emboldened and inspired so many people. Arthur Becker is a tech mogul turned real estate guru who has spent the better part of the past two decades establishing himself as an industry giant. Becker is now one of the top investors in New York City and his work is soon going to be seen all about town. Becker’s focusing on Madison Partners LLC where he works as the Managing Partner of the investment firm. Their focus is on bio technology as well as real estate. No matter what an entrepreneur chooses to focus on, they would be served well to learn from Becker’s own words. More details can be found on Bloomberg.
To start off with, Arthur Becker firmly believes that you need to have a great working relationship with the people across the table of whatever investment that it is you choose to pursue. Becker says simply, “I find that I am most effective when I work with people that I respect, in real estate or in technology.” Becker goes on to say that entrepreneurs have to be willing to engage on multiple levels with their partners in order to create a winning strategy. Becker explains finally, “In those companies that have been successful, the chemistry between the management has always been critical to the success of an operating business.” In short: don’t work with people you can’t stand.
Arthur Becker also understands that sometimes you need to be able to adjust your eyesight in order to focus on new projects, products, and marketing trends. Becker says, “I am very intrigued by a number of trends in bio tech, particularly in the field of cancer treatment.” This fascination comes to Becker despite the fact that he doesn’t have a background in medicine. He is merely reading the tea leaves and coming to the realization that there is opportunity here to invest in a project that is both important and financially viable. Becker’s tried and true methods have led him to where he is today and entrepreneurs looking for their own success might do well to follow.