Greg Secker’s personal life and charitable endeavors

Born in Norfolk, England in the year 1975, Greg Secker commenced his studies in Agriculture combined with Food Sciences from the University of Nottingham in 1997. He is a renowned author and has written books that include “Trading Your Way to Success, The Book of Success and Financial Freedom.”

Greg Secker is a guy who believes in saying yes and then goes ahead to figure out details. He says giving something go ahead is the first step towards an ambitious venture and he provides an example of his Flying Trade initiative. People questioned why Greg wanted to make trades while flying over Canary Wharf, and the response Greg gave that it was a way of creating awareness for the charity and indeed giving money to those who needed it. In return, he would show people that it is possible to make money anywhere and anytime as long as one is ready to say yes and place one foot in front of the other.

In spite of the fact that Greg studied agriculture and food sciences, he was able to turn around his career path to building and selling computers. He was able to find sufficient time to learn how to code popular programs which made him develop a gig to the point of building a three-dimensional model of fluid dynamics of a follicle. Besides, he ended up in a job fair and got conversing to the individual at Thomas Cook Financial Services; the guy was also much interested in computers.

Besides, Greg Secker is an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker and has been in several marketing streams like the Bloomberg and CNBC delivering motivational talks. His work has enabled him to acquire much reputation and working with iconic personalities such as Robert Kiyosaki who is famous for his “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” the author of “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,” Anthony Robbins who authored “Unlimited Power,” and many others.

Greg founded the Greg Secker foundation in 2010. The non-profitable organization focused on improving the quality of life for people living around the world. The group’s primary goal was to equip communities with decent skills that would promote success.