Trey Stinnett
Trey Stinnett
A Philosophy of Legacy

My name is Trey Stinnett

Welcome to Provider

It took me a while to figure out exactly what I wanted to do here. It’s so narcissistic to make a blog about yourself. Or at least, that’s what I used to tell myself.

But then something interesting began to happen. The more I shared my story, the more people reached out to me telling me that something I shared helped them in some way.

And I found the more vulnerable I got, the more people could relate their own pain and in doing so find their power.

If you follow me on social media, or you saw me speak at a conference or seminar, you might think of me as some sort of financial-guru. I do want people to provide better for their families, but that takes much more than just financial intelligence.

While, I have done well for myself financially, but am no Zukerberg, or Musk, or Cardone. There are plenty of wonderful people for you to learn wealth strategies from. Some of whom I endorse form time to time.

And, while I want to share with you any secrets I’ve found for financial success, the purpose of this blog has a higher intention.

I seek to authentically connect with you to share with you the discoveries I make as I grow on this journey to become the best Provider I can be for my family.

Which brings me to the title of my blog, “Provider.”

When I first set out down this journey to share my experiences, I used the moniker “Friendly Universe.”

It came from a Einstein quote that changed my life, “the most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a hostile or a friendly universe.”

I set out to show people that how they perceive the world and the expectations they set for their future dramatically impact their happiness and the results of their efforts.

That this perspective and the power that comes with it empowers you to create any possibility you desire in your health, your relationships, your career, and your sex life.

Along that journey, I found that my message was resonating with a particular individual: the family man.

But not just any family man. A family man who is also ambitious, a man who is curious, adventurous, and insightful. 

The kind of man who not only takes care of his family’s needs, but is also on a quest to pursue his purpose in the world.

The kind of man you elect as chief of a tribe, the kind who raises children with integrity and treats his woman as a queen.

The kind of man who doesn’t settle in any area of his life and is in constant pursuit of his own self improvement.

So, if that’s your. Whether you are already in the relationship where you’ve begun to build your family, or you haven’t begun to build at all. If you’re a Provider, you’ve found your home.

In this blog and on my social media channels, I tend to discuss three primary topics: relationships, power, and money which are the foundation of building a legacy.

It is my mission to help as many men as I can find the power to live as the greatest version of themselves for their family and as an example to the world of what it means to be a conscious man.

And luckily my companies and my investments take care of me, so I can take the time to create this content for you for free.

I do private coaching and group programs from time to time. But as of the time of this writing I’m not taking on any new clients. If you read my work and would like personal guidance along the lines of my philosophy, I have many friends who specialize in personal transformation and am happy to refer you along. Just email me at:

If you are interested, I send out an email every few days with personal downloads I only share with my friends. You can sign up for that email here.