About This Episode:
Greg Walker was born and raised on the south side of Columbus, Ohio. He is the only one of fifteen children to ever Graduate High School. Greg was living in a drug infested, alcoholic, and domestic violent environment. Greg has overcome many obstacles and yet accomplished so much more. Coming from a family of failures, Greg was always teased and labeled as a slow learner, he was asked to drop out of high school on his very first day, just because his twelve siblings dropped out before him. He refused to drop out and graduated high school because of a loving teacher, he then attended The University of Florida. Greg pursued his Dreams, even though everyone around him laughed and called him “The Big Dreamer”.
Greg became a Millionaire at a young age, he accomplished this through changing his mindset and becoming a Successful Entrepreneur by owning three National Franchises and a Master Developer of one of them. Greg was voted Business Person of the Year, he became an Award Winning National Motivational Speaker at the age of forty-eight. Recently, he spoke at the Twitter/Periscope Summit in San Francisco California. “I speak all over the world and I have Never heard a better Inspiration Motivational Speaker like Greg “The Big Dreamer” Walker.” – Murray Newlands of Forbes.
Greg is also a Success Coach and a forth coming Best Selling Author. As an expert on Leadership & Success, he is known for his burst of excitement and allows his life to be an open book from which radiates dynamic and inspiring messages that many people across all barriers relate to. Greg is known as “The Big Dreamer, Changing Lives by Changing Minds!”. Greg will inspire you and your crowd to achieve all your Dreams or Visions.
In This Episode:
- Dealing with a hard upbringing
- Finding a mentor even when you don’t think you need one
- why you need to take action
- How everyone has some ability to get a shot.
- The power in deep work
- The power in being a big dreamer
Greg’s Favorite Quote:
“How can you catch your dreams if you’re not chasing them?”
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