Even though we all have passions, the difference comes down to what we do with it. Greg Secker is passionate about positively impacting on the lives of others. He is committed to the course of improving people’s lives by teaching them. His call for motivating others resulted in him establishing a global company known as Knowledge to Action Group in the year 2003. The group consists of companies such as Learn to Trade which is recognized across the world as an educational trading company, having offices in Johannesburg, London, Manila as well as Sydney. SmartChart Company is also part of the group. It is recognized for providing the newest technology. A brokerage company known as Capital Index is also a corporation in the group.
Getting to where he is, Greg Secker would reveal that it has taken him patience and focus. His career began at Thomas Cook Financial services just before he entered into the foreign exchange enterprise to run the first ever online forex trading platform known as Virtual Trading Desk. The progression of his career was encouraging. He was named the vice president of one of the then fortune 500 investment banks in the US called Mellon Financial Corporation. Not only did he work with the worlds’ best traders at Mellon, but Greg Secker was also able to establish his way into the international trading floors. He left Mellon to begin his venture. Within three months, he had created Learn to Trade.
After conceptualizing an idea on something, Greg Secker tends to break the idea in various stages. He allows himself to be carried by the illusion of the notion, pre-visions it, before setting out his mind into taking the course of action. Greg believes that enthusiasm should be a key player in the implementation of a new idea. He owes his success to taking some time to think through an idea and testing it before taking a course of action. He encourages future entrepreneurs to read books since it helps one learn the outlook of life by different people.
Greg is a benevolent and a motivational speaker who has spoken in the main markets channels such as Bloomberg and CNBC.