Greg began his career in Thomas Cook services. Later he moved to start a brand new business in foreign exchange business entitled the Virtual Trading Desk (VTD). VTD was the first platform online that traded real-time Forex. The platform allowed customers to receive immediate quotes for large foreign exchange trades. His career progressed very first, and he later became the Mellon Financial Corporation Vice President. Using the trading strategies he learned in his travels in the international trading process, his trading account increased to a point where he decided to set it in his home and leave Mellon.
Greg Secker got bored trading and sitting on his own at home. He decided to go out and attend many seminars. Greg saw the success of the likes of Jack Canfield, Dr. John Demartini, and Tony Robbins, he felt that he could do that from a viewpoint of Foreign Exchange. He decided to give people a chance to make money. He started motivational speaking in 2003, and so far he has spoken more than 6,000 times on different stages. He has shared his passion in different stages such as Success Summit Congress, National Achievers Congress, and wealth expos all through the Pacific and the United States.
His unique mission of the foundation is to empower the young individuals early enough with life skills so they can shape their lives before they reach 35 years. In 2011 Greg established The Greg Secker Foundation. This is a non-profit organization with a mission to improve the experience of people in many parts of the world positively. In partnership with the youth program, the foundation enhances the life, education and leadership skills in the communities. In 2013, Greg visited the Philippines and started construction of typhoon-proof houses building them with carbon neutral and donating them for free. He also supported them with farms so that they can feed their families.
Once they are stable, he empowers them and gives them the capability to sell their harvest. He also gives them a better access to education and teaches them new skills to build a sustainable strategy they can follow in future. In 2017 Greg was included in the list of 200 social Entrepreneurs and the most influential Philanthropists.