Who Is Greg Trimble?

I want to be a positive light in a sea of sadness. 

I write about business, religion, life, and just about anything else I find interesting. If you don’t like what I write…I hope we can still be friends!

I’m the founder of Lemonade Stand, an online marketing agency that helps small businesses grow fast. I also founded Yalla, a team management and collaboration tool that is 100% dedicated to helping other marketing teams and agencies run smoothly.

I’m also a CoFounder of Striide, an application designed to help strengthen families and bring them closer together. My partners on that project are Brandon Doman and Bryce Doman.

Books I’ve published include: Dad’s Who Stay and Fight, The Virtual Missionary, The Cultural Evolution Inside of The Church, and The Missionary Special Forces

I’ve taught as a religious institute teacher at UCR (University California Riverside) for 4 years, a seminary teacher for high school students for 2 years, and have tried to serve others to the best of my ability in any other capacities I’ve been asked to serve in.

I’m on the Editorial Board for BYU Studies and serve on the executive committee for many other faith based groups.

I really love life. Like a lot. Even the trials. I love life so much that it makes me anxious. There are so many things I want to do and there is so little time in the day to do them. I fight the necessity of sleep. Always have and probably always will. I am relentless when it comes to figuring something out. I cant help it. I don’t like watching TV. I don’t like wasting time.

I’m passionate about my family, my religion, and building businesses. I have great parents and was taught to do my best at everything I did. I grew up and fell in love with surfing in my teenage years.

I played a lot of baseball but gave it up at the age of 21 during a fork-in-the-road-decision and decided to go on a mission for my church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Yeah, you probably threw something at me as I rode my bike past you. If you didn’t throw something at me, then you might of at least made fun of my dorky looking helmet. It’s all good. I’m not mad at ya. The thing is, my mission changed my life. I don’t know where I’d be without that experience. I could not have learned in a hundred years what I learned in two years on my mission. I have no way of articulating the things my eyes saw and the experiences I had.

Above all, I love God and my family. I love to write and hope that something I say helps someone have a better day. I just want to do some good in this crazy world. So I write. And hope it makes a difference.

Thanks for reading…