JT Foxx is known as the world’s no 1 Wealth Coach and considered one of the top speakers and coaches, he was one of the speakers at the Success Resources Seminar. He has built a media personality and has been interviewed on shows such as CNBC, Forbes and the BBC. It is clear that JT Foxx is smooth and had the gift of the gab. He was able to go on stage and ooze words of charm to sell his program and his methods. But for me there was just something too sleek about JT Foxx and he didn’t resonate with me at all. I couldn’t connect with him.

He is a successful serial entrepreneur with companies, brands and business interests spanning the globe. He is one of the top platform speakers in the world and has been deemed the world’s #1 wealth coach as seen and heard on television, and in radio and print. JT is also a media and TV personality. What is most important to JT Foxx though are his philanthropic endeavors with youth entrepreneurs and kids with cancer. He is currently working on a new business reality show and his widely anticipated new book Millionaire Underdog, against all odds.

#1 Wealth Coach

JT Foxx is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, philanthropist and the World’s #1 Wealth Coach. With business interests and clients in over 40 countries and six continents, JT Foxx is widely considered to be one of the top platform speakers in the world. He has appeared on major news media networks like CNBC and BBC, has had features in Forbes and other various print magazines, and has appeared on multiple radio shows all over the world.

His driving force and motto is “Powered by your success.” JT has helped countless successful entrepreneurs and real estate investors take their lives and businesses to the next level largely through his trainings around the world. At his events, JT brings together some of the world’s most influential business power players, celebrities, investors and start-ups. Icons such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Welch, Michael Eisner, Randi Zuckerberg, Rudy Giuliani, Kathy Ireland, Michael Irvin, Gene Simmons, Vanilla Ice and Bret Michaels have been at his acclaimed events sharing their stories and experiences through memorable interviews and skits.

Why is JT Foxx International so much?

In the past year I have spent a lot of time abroad and of course the haters have to start speculating because maybe I am international because I can scam 3rd world countries. Last time I checked China, Singapore, Malaysia, Holland, UK, Poland, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, India were not third world countries. One of the reasons I have done so much in Africa and Asia is because it is truly the future. People are eager to grow, to better they and I like the business advantages of international investing. I also feel like the people really appreciate me there and they don’t have a sense of entitlement. Although I still do a lot of business in the US and our offices are there, it’s been different.

He made his first million at the age of 24 years.

But it is not the money that brings us happiness, he tells us, (try telling that to the poor) but it is what the money can do for your life. JT Foxx tries to show his spiritual side and reminds us that life is not just about money but about the legacy you leave behind and the people that you help. And I am feeling a small shift, maybe he is not as arrogant as he initially came across. He tells us of the charity work that he does in hospitals and with the youth.

I’m more interested in becoming a coach or author, is this for me?

Speaking, coaching, and becoming and author all coincide. Usually if you write a book, you can get more speaking engagements. As you speak more frequently, people are going to approach you and will want to get coached by you. If you are a coach, it’s easier to have the credibility that gets you on stage. So at some point, all three work together. Not sure which one to start with? We will cover that at the workshop.

Most importantly, JT’s newest passion is his work with various children’s hospitals in South Africa and Singapore and his charitable project the JT Foxx Foundation which works with several children’s charities. Through him and his foundation, he has achieved over $900K in contributions for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.