Recently, on the 19th June 2017, CEOCFO Magazine interviewed the successful businessman, Greg Secker. He mentioned that he does not believe in asking why and that has been his philosophy since he always believes in saying yes to ideas but figures them out later. He believes in giving chances to things and people. He advises people to take risks, and he is recently working on a project that creates awareness for charity by giving the needy money and this way he teaches people that one could make a living out of any circumstances and at any time.
Surprisingly, Mr. Greg Secker studied food science and agriculture but ventured in the field of finance. His passion was quite evident since while in school he still came up with sales from the computers he created. He, however, wants to focus his interests in the Filipinos. He believes that he could help them improve their low esteems and confidence by empowering them to unleash their potential abilities to work towards living their dreams.
Greg Secker works in Traders University and runs various trading networks and programs for some investors at the same place. His program is well known as Knowledge to Action where he believes that profit is brought about by risk taken in dealing with underestimated stocks. Greg Secker is also a CEO in London, UK.
By his 20’s, he was already making multi-millions of dollars and is rated as the best leader in the financial field. He is recognized in Australia, South Africa, Middle East, and England.
He also holds the title of founder at The Greg Secker Foundation, FX Capital, learns to Trade Company, SmartCharts Software, and Capital Index. FX Capital is a firm that provides services to Forex Investment Companies and manages their accounts. Greg is known for his wealth of experience and foreign exchange.
He is also a successful author of several books that act as an inspiration to people. To date, he continues to be a philanthropist, mentor, entrepreneur, and an international motivational speaker, educating people on how to start as interns until they become successful entrepreneurs.