Gregory Gray is a leadership and business consultant who founded his company, Gray Solutions, in 2010.
After a very successful, twenty-five plus year career in the manufacturing and service industries, Gregory Gray left the corporate world to pursue his purpose: to develop incredible leaders and dynamic corporate cultures as a leadership and business consultant. He has since rounded out his purpose with the true joy of helping others cast their vision for their life and business and then helping them create plans to fulfill that vision. Gregory is passionate about bringing his clients clarity and focus.
Gregory’s business is built around helping people find their purpose and joy in life and in their businesses. Whether they desire freedom of time and money or whether an exit strategy is the best option, he and his team can assist. They offer life and business coaching, along with courses, programs and workshops specifically designed to effect positive transformation so clients can realize their desired vision.
Gregory is the author of the upcoming book, Business Owner Freedom, which will be released late August or early September.
Gregory is the father of two daughters, ages 16 and 14, and has been married for 21 years to his best friend Kim. They live south of Nashville on a farm where they raise grass-fed beef, lamb and goats. The Grays love their lifestyle and are living their vision daily.
Gregory Gray Show Notes
What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
Did they manufacture automotive parts?
What did you go to school for?
What are you doing now?
Tell me the story of the agency that you sold?
How long did you have the agency?
I wonder if it was because people thought you should do it and that you were good at it, but you weren’t passionate about it?
Once you started your business, what is one of the most successful ideas you implemented for it?
What was your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
When you left your corporate job, what gave you the courage to do it, or was it the pressure of the thirty days?
Is there anything that catapulted you to the next level of your business?
Is there anything you wish you had known before you started your venture?
How long do you think it took you to make the transition?
Once you started your venture, did you come up against any resistance from family or friends and what did you do to overcome it, if you did?
What is the best advice someone has given you?
What is the biggest problem that you see in the entrepreneurial space at the moment?
What is the most surprising thing you’ve discovered once you started your endeavor?