Meet “Close To Home” Storyteller Greg Miller
At the helm of Texas’ largest independent commercial real estate firm, Greg Miller was caught off guard when people he trusted attempted a coup. On Tuesday, December 19, come hear Greg’s inspiring tale of stepping up to protect his family’s 100-year-old legacy.
Greg Miller was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, and is married with two children. He is President and CEO of Henry S. Miller Companies, a full service commercial real estate business started by his great grandfather in 1914. Greg loves coaching his sons’ football, basketball, and lacrosse teams.
If you could be any animal, what would you be? A tiger, because they eat instead of getting eaten. 🐅
What is your favorite board game? Risk, because it takes a long time to complete with friends.
What is your favorite destination? Vail, Colorado – beautiful mountains, easy access.
If reincarnated as an ice cream flavor, what would you be? Cookies & Cream, because it’s yummy.
What is your favorite sound? Least favorite? Swish sound of a basketball going through the net/thud sound of a basketball bouncing off the rim.
What’s your favorite word? Freedom – the key to happiness is freedom.
What is the most embarrassing mistake you’ve ever made? The first time I played golf, I put a token in the golf range ball machine but forgot to put a bucket underneath and golf balls went scattering everywhere. I just ran away.
What is the best book you’ve read in the last decade? Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win. It’s written by two former Navy SEALs, and each chapter tells amazing battlefield stories then applies the lessons learned to business leadership.
Share anything fun, silly, or unique about yourself. Rode bulls in two rodeos in high school. Broke three ribs the first time and fractured my wrist the second time – there was not a third time. 🐂
Sneak Peek: “In the video we shot that week, I look like my head’s about to pop off. I was at the lowest point in my life. Our family legacy was crumbling on my watch. I did a lot of soul-searching. How would my forefathers have reacted? I wondered.”