For more than a decade, Greg Secker has been an extremely successful trader, coach and business leader. With a passion for life and work that is contagious, Greg sets his goals high and is consistently achieving them.
At aged 24, he was vice-president to a major US investment bank, being responsible for the online trading of billions of dollars in the currency markets. Then in 2003, after training friends to trade from his living room, Greg founded Knowledge to Action Ltd. A unique company which trains and coaches beginners in the art of successful trading on the stock and currency markets.
By 2008, Knowledge to Action became Europe's largest Financial Trader Training Company and currently runs 40 workshops across the UK, Europe and Asia weekly, attracting on average 2500 registrations each week. Re-educating ordinary people on how to create an immediate monthly income trading the world markets.
During this highly inspirational audiobook Greg will show you the importance of modeling success, keys strategies for understanding your market place and his advice on how to grow and develop your business.
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This is a rambling account of how the business was started. It has NOTHING to do with trading or building a business.
There is not a single peice of how to trade in this document. Misrepresented and a waste of money.
The title is "Trading Your Way to Success" but this has nothing to do with trading. Just Greg telling how he built his training business. It was a waste of time and money.
I liked how Greg mixed personal examples with success principles.
When Greg shared life and business experiences, it makes you reflect on your own life.
I recommend the program to anyone who wants some insights on self improvement.
"Not what it says on the tin."
The audiobook does make some good points about spurring you to action. But it does not tell you how to 'trade your way to success'.
It is structured around Greg telling his story of how he built his business, teaching others to trade.
Greg's insights, although in my view repeating principles from other authors are interesting.
I would further question Greg's freeness of speech and value of his entrepreneurial advice. From the content of the book he appears to have developed his business from a very privileged position of being very cash rich. I may have misunderstood this (although I don't think I have).
The book is intersting from the perspective of what Greg has done and his insights.
I would not recommend it as a tool to 'Trading your way to success' or building your own business, unless of course you are cash rich and in the business of training others to trade.
Not what I thought it would be. Very vague and unclear. Not helping at all with trading. I actually lost some money using the adivce given. Need something much more detailed and clear.
"Not that good"
I was very dissapointed with this. I din't find it at all useful, not really a lot useful advice contained. Found it nothing more than just an advert for the guys business. My advice would e to steer clear of this title
"a good read "
I like Greg Secker's story and I hope it encourages people to think out of the box and see the possibilities and opportunities it is that are out there everyday. it is quite general, but it is OK.
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