About Gregory Hake

IMG_2850Gregory Hake is devoted husband, loving father, and an optimistic business leader who believes in a healthy world. He has built and led numerous successful companies in the wellness space, and his passion is teaching, developing, and inspiring leaders capable of building a more fulfilling world.

Gregg writes and speaks on how to live more meaningfully and generatively. He seeks to spark curiosity, ignite imagination, and magnify creativity through his daily work and writings.

If you are concerned to improve your quality of life, Gregg encourages you to follow his daily blogs on http://www.gregoryhake.com!

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17 thoughts on “About Gregory Hake

  • Dear Gregg, I was just doing some research and was trying to find some contact information when I stumbled upon your blogs. I can’t stop reading them! The fact that you can keep coming up with these literary masterpieces on a daily and weekly basis is nothing short of genius! Now I really want to score an appointment with you and your company!
    Our company, Blue Springs Energy creates websites and outreach programs for local govt’s across NYS. We provide all of the content which is includes all of the rebates and tax incentives for clean air initiatives as well as information regarding alternative energy resources, certified contractors, energy saving tips, etc.

    Thanks very much for the blogs! There’s my reading for tonight!

  • You were born in Heidelberg? I was born in Berlin! You study Chinese Medicine? I study integrative medicine (as a hobby)! And you worked in a spa? I worked in a salon! And although I only took intro-flight-lessons, looks like we both have a passion for the skies. I came across your BLOG and immediately took to it; very insightful! Best to you and Melissa!

  • Hey Gregg!

    I found your blog on the wordpress front page and your most recent post, “Dress for Success,” caught my eye because it had a picture of Audrey Hepburn. I loved your ideas about dress in the work place and about how it creates our image. It inspired me to write something on my blog as well! (I maintain a fashion blog.) I poked around through the rest of your blog and I adore it! Your writings are heartfelt, yet interesting and thought-provoking! Keep up the good work! I know how frustrating it is to keep regularly posting!

    -Madeleine

  • I used to teach school and somewhere in the nine years that I worked the dress code seemed to go out the window from when I first started.

    It became increasingly difficult to tell the students from the teachers except for the gray hair to which some teachers responded with some very interesting hair colors to cover up the gray.

    Enjoyed reading your blog this morning. And yes, you do go very well with coffee!

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