Greg Secker was born in 1975 in Norfolk, England. He began learning Agriculture together with Food Sciences from the University of Nottingham in 1997. He is a famous author and has written books such as “Financial Freedom Through Forex, The Book of success, and Trading Your Way to Success.”
Greg Secker is an international recognized motivation speaker and has spoken in main marketing streams such as Bloomberg and CNBC. His international status has earned much reputation and has worked with famous personalities like Robert Kiyosaki who is renowned for his book titled “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” author of “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,” the author of “Unlimited Power,” Anthony Robbins among others.
Additionally, Greg Secker partners with distinguished charities in creating events like South Africa’s Global Success Summit. Such events avail different speakers that include the legend of Rugby in South Africa, Francois Pienaar, Jordan Belfort of The Wolf of Wall Street, Steve Job (Apple co-founder), Dr. John Demartini among many others. The topics of discussion range from wealth to health, to psychology to bring about fundamental changes in individuals and to unlock their untapped potential.
Greg Secker foundation is one of the greatest in his achievements. The non-profitable organization that began in 2010 is the reason behind Greg’s pride and passion. The foundation has a solid focus and commitment to improving the quality of life for human beings around the globe. The exact areas of focus included in the education sector, Life skills, and leadership initiatives for the youth. As a matter of fact, the foundation has a goal to provide communities with sufficient skills that promote success.
The various programs operated by the Foundation is transforming people’s lives. Such programs like Early Childhood Development Program in South Africa, Christmas Basket Brigade, Youth Leadership Summit, Youth Mentoring Program in addition to sustaining the Ubuntu Education Fund.
Lately, Greg Secker visited the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, during the tour Greg improvised the idea of building homes for the communities affected. It was a project that would ensure the rebuilding of a society that can bear up future typhoons. Funding of the project was to be made by Greg Secker Foundation.