“Make No Small Plans”

When I was 11 years old, I lost my father to leukemia.

It was the most devastating moment of my life.

What made it so difficult was that my father seemed untouchable.

Larger than life.

He carried himself with so much confidence and power it was hard to accept he could be taken from us so soon.

Losing him meant losing everything.

My entire world crumbled all around me when he left this world.

Since his passing, my mom has worked tirelessly with an author to tell the story of this great man’s life.

When I hit my mid-20s she presented me with the book…

A gift to myself, my three brothers, and sister.

“Make No Small Plans” was my Dad’s life motto… I have adopted his philosophy and have this tattooed on my shoulder as a reminder.

Putting on paper the beautiful story of my father is probably the greatest gift I will ever receive.

I stayed up until 8 in the morning reading this beautiful book when it arrived.

A wonderful story about how a man with unwavering conviction, unprecedented passion, and plenty of Irish charm was able to start with nothing and build a real estate empire across Canada.

Throughout the journey, he faced plenty of risk and the possibility of financial ruin.

And starting without money or even a university degree meant that his only possibility was to get people to believe in him massively.

And boy, did they ever.

Everyone that came across this man, wanted to be a part of his life.

He embodied the term, one of a kind.

He met and married my mom before he had any financial success.

She saw and felt the fire in him.

Nothing was ever out of reach.

Learning about the way this man lived, his life story has taught me something of myself.

But God mighty Christ, it has set the bar f*cking high.

The way my father worked his ass off and turned roadblocks into stepping stones.

Never settled, never gave in and never was willing to accept defeat.

The book covers his life in its full and complete entity.

It pours into everything, including his battle with cancer.

Which epitomizes his character.

He embraced it head-on.

Never once victimizing himself.

He fought as hard as possible to beat it and be with his family and friends that love him more than the word could possibly mean.

In the end, it took him.

But never once did he accept defeat.

And though his body was broken down to skin and bones near the end, no one questioned this was the strongest man they had ever come to know.

“Make No Small Plans”

Talk Soon,

Greg O’Gallagher


My father had an incredible masculine presence.

My mom told me he was like this long before he succeeded in real estate.

Even if you had no idea he was incredibly successful financially, you could simply feel the charisma and power.

I do feel much of this is tied to testosterone.

If you are low T, you are operating at a disadvantage.

People can sense it and won’t respond well to you.

Especially women.

If you lack competitive drive and ambition?

I highly recommend optimizing your T levels.

Try Kino Mojo for at least 3 months.

Fixing low T can make a massive impact in your life.