Mr. Greg Secker is a renowned businessman who spends most of his time teaching others how to do business. He runs several seminars in his foundation on learning how to trade programmers. When recently asked to share some of what he believes in an interview with Lynn Fosse, the senior editor of CEOCFO, this is what he had to say. ” I believe in asking why not questions in life, instead of asking why questions,” Greg says that he believes in giving something a trial and continue finding out the details along the way. Mr. Secker also said that sharing knowledge with others is the best way to ensure that people get the most important things in life. It is important to teach others how to generate cash and be able to change their world according to him. He says that when people are empowered, they can make that they can make their own choices of important things in life.
Greg also says that it is important to give back to the society. Businesses and organizations should learn that it is important to change their society by helping the people to live better lives. Making money for any business should not be the utmost focus but making money and making their world better.
Mr. Secker told the editor that he had written a book on financial freedom. He said that in the book he has shared on how to get started in income generating projects. Greg says that he is in the process of writing his second book. In the second book, he will be sharing the importance of companies and different businesses getting involved in sharing with the community around them. Mr. Secker believes that that principle will; help companies advertise themselves more effectively by making a difference in their society.
Greg Secker is the founder of the Greg Secker Foundation in London, where he runs seminars on Private Investments. The foundation aims at empowering young people. The life skills learned early enough will help them take charge of their lives. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nottingham. He was also recently named to the Board of Ambassadors for the city philanthropy in London.