From the internet to real estate to corporate finance, Bruce A. Berman has had great success. He also shares his secrets with others. Berman, a former EY Entrepreneur of the Year (nominated by Sprint), is a self-made millionaire.
Berman didn’t hesitate to tell others that he was “crazy” in high school and was good enough to pass the system in his senior year. College was an option, but after a few semesters, Berman decided it wasn’t for him. That was when he entered the financial world.
When he became a junior partner at a financial firm at 23, he was taking risks that other colleagues were unwilling to take. With an innate drive for success, Berman founded his first startup, OPM (Other People’s Money).
With savvy fundraising skills and the real-time ability to execute and leverage venture capital quickly, Berman was able to leverage OPM and generate its own funds. Beginning in finance, Berman’s interests quickly expanded to alternative energy, video production, real estate, investing and the internet boom.
Bruce A. Berman (before age 30), who was actually the co-founder of the Wind Energy Association, is now CEO of Berman Marketing Group, Inc. and most recently CEO of National HealthCare Alliance, Inc.
With over 30 years of hands-on experience in making money strategies, Bruce A. Berman knows the path to success and isn’t shy about sharing it with the world. His plan, aptly named Enterprising Fortune, has helped countless people create the lives they want.