Gerald Brubaker understands the importance of taking risks in business.
But after a dip in the economy, he found that National Agents Alliance gave him even more options for success back in 2006.
Born in Dayton, Ohio, Brubaker studied business at Sinclair Community College but did not complete the degree. He then owned real estate developments, construction and property management companies.
Brubaker found National Agents Alliance after several of his real estate projects collapsed. He needed a way to maintain income during very turbulent times and answered a newspaper advertisement that led to an interview with NAA.
“I partnered with NAA not only to maintain multiple seven figures, but to spread risk outside of my local economy, and to give back to others! NAA will help me accomplish all three!”
Brubaker’s decision to join NAA boiled down to knowing he can impact his financial life as well as that of others.
“’Helping others!’ and ‘How many today?’ are mottos at my office, and are a part of our mindset,” Brubaker said. “If we do not help others on this journey of life, we have missed the reason for the journey!”
Brubaker tells new agents to keep things in focus and to keep things simple. He also pushes them to do more than they thought was possible.
Gerald Brubaker and his wife, Mindy have two children, Destiny and Dawson. They enjoy spending time together on vacation around the world.
Brubaker’s goal is to help as many people as possible achieve financial freedom and he wants to establish a million-dollar agency within the next five years.