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3)      Will Al’s presentation change how you approach life?

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Great Book

Oct 26, 2014 by Marion Townsend

I read Al's book this summer when I was going through some things and it really encouraged me. I have recommended it to my family and friends because it is so well written, and has so much truth. He has his own unique perspective and it is humorous but serious at the same time. It is amazing what he has been through and how he has overcome so many obstacles yet retains a positive outlook and clear mental focus towards really living and enjoying life. It is one of my favorite books now, and I hope others will see this note and read it too. I don't believe you will be disappointed!


Jul 16, 2014 by Tonya Farling

Achieving No Limits with Attitude Powers is a book that I wish I would have read about a month earlier and shared with a friend or two. I lost a friend to suicide a few weeks back and there were SO MANY thoughts, sayings, etc. in this book that I wish I could have shared with him and his family. I heard Al's presentation at the Healthcare User Group Conference the end of April and that was so inspiring and moving, but this book put it over the top! Al Foxx you are an amazing man! Your book needs to be in the hands of every freshman entering high school. I know that my son who is entering high school this year will be reading your book this summer. It's unfortunate that sometimes it takes an accident like you went through to open people's eyes to what life really is all about. God bless you, your family and friends! I feel honored and blessed to have met you, Bonnie and your lovely parents in Seattle. Please keep on doing what you are doing!

2014 HUG Meeting Coordinator

May 02, 2014 by Tonya Farling

I feel blessed that when looking for a speaker for our 2014 HealthCare Users Group Conference I came across Al Foxx and the User Group Board approved him as our Keynote Speaker. His presentation was well received by all attendees and he touched the hearts and minds of many. Everyone received an autographed copy of his new book, but it was awesome to see him touching individuals as he personalized books with attendees throughout the day. I will never look at a macaroon the same again Al! It was a privilege to meet your parents and see how proud they are of you. I can not wait to read your book! God bless you, Bonnie, Mr & Mrs. Fritz.

HUG President

May 02, 2014 by Denny Kinkead

Mr. Al Foxx was the keynote speaker at the annual spring HUG conference in Seattle Wa. HUG (Healthcare User Group) is made up of Health Payors from all over the United States. Al's presentation was extremely motivating, inspirational, humorous, and most importantly touched the hearts of those in attendance. Al stayed to sign his book and talk with each one on an individual basis. As President of the HUG Board, I was lucky enough to have many come up to me and thank me for inviting Al to be our guest speaker. Honestly, I was the lucky one, I was able to attend the keynote speech given by Al.

Entertains and Uplifts

Oct 15, 2013 by Marilyn Schoeman

Al Foxx changed my perspective on a couple elements of life - with his humor, insights and down-to-earth style. He lifts you up into new places, from which you smile - or guffaw, seeing a broader view. His humor, stage presence, physicality and powerful personal story quickly captivate - and pluck your heart strings.
Marilyn Schoeman, GO! How to Think, Speak and ACT to Make Good Things Happen.

A very motivational read

Aug 20, 2013 by Annahita

I very much liked 'Achieving No Limits: Embracing Change' because it was meaningful and inspirational. He went through a lot, grew strong and achieved a lot, but it is not a typical self-help book. It doesn't tell you how to get rich and become materialistic, what I find very annoying at times about other books. It is meaningful and a step to step guidance to grow strong. How to be a good person and how to have a positive meaningful life. His tragedy is big and he was close to giving up, because the challenges were too overwhelming, but what he is today is the result of a strong mind set and a will. A vision that made him drive to success. I'm very thankful that he spends his time today teaching us from his life journey and accomplishments, that should be rewarded and acknowledged by the people. I wish him more success on his journey, with his achievements and with this book. He is someone to look up to and I'm glad that I've found Achieving No Limits: Embracing Change.

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