If Greg Secker, the founder of Knowledge to Action Group is given another chance, he would go through life taking his time to appreciate it and not just rush through it. In a recent interview, he said to be successful in business, it is important to think through ideas, test them and then implement. It is not possible to think and work at the same time. The best thing is to give yourself time to reflect about how you can accomplish a job. That way, the work is done satisfactorily.
According to Mr. Secker, it is also important to fall in love with an idea. He says to be able to make people see your point of view, they must see the passion you have for the idea. Greg Sucker loves reading books and would recommend it to everyone; he says learning about other people and how they perceive life makes you find out more about life.
Every entrepreneur at some point has encountered failure in their business. Greg’s was when they had seen a potential market in India. They learned that they ought to have done more research before trying to launch, an event that caused them half million dollars. India had imposed state exchange rate controls which mean Indians were not allowed to trade foreign exchange. From that experience, Greg Secker and his team realize they need to learn different market trading regulations.
Greg Secker is an expert in foreign exchange and an international educator of financial trading. He has also written several books on success and forex trading. Mr. Secker worked at Thomas Cook Financial Services as a trading technologist and later, became the Vice President of Mellon Financial Corporation. After Mellon, Greg opened a trading floor at home and after three months he launches Learn to Trade. Till now, he has founded several companies including Capital Index and FX Capital.
The Greg Secker Foundation
Improving people’s quality of life is Greg Secker’s passion. It leads him to open The Greg Secker Foundation. The foundation focus is on youth leadership initiatives, life skills, and education. The different programs including supporting The Ubuntu Foundation, are changing lives around the world.