Alex Moses Story

At the age of 10, I was playing with fireworks, when suddenly – BOOM! – It exploded in my hands, burning both of my eyes and leaving me 100% blind. I found myself in enormous pain and completely terrified. My parents took me to the best doctors in the country, and after a lot of pain and suffering for half a year, my vision was finally restored.

At the age of 14, I got flu that turns into tuberculosis. I was in so much pain for 3 months that I wished for death just to release myself of suffering from this disease.

By the age of 16 my life was finally on a good track. Suddenly the country I was citizen of at the time, decided to go on unjust war. I didn’t feel like killing innocent civilians, so I became a refugees and flew to Austria living out on a perfect life. After about a month, I moved to Italy, country with less immigration regulations and restrictions.

So here comes the new life of a 17-year-old kid in Rome, Italy. I was sitting on a sidewalk and crying in frustration of what just happened in my life. Only a month before, I was blessed with money, respect and popularity & suddenly I was homeless in a country where I did not know anyone neither speak the language, nor even had any legal paperwork to be in. Two weeks later, Not only I figured out a way how to generate income, and even hired people to help me. A year later, I finally immigrated to the US and settled in San Jose, CA, USA.

At the age of 23, I moved to Indianapolis, IN. Where I found my first sales job as life insurance agent, with good survival skills under my belt, I quickly became one of the top agents. After only 7 month in the business, I was promoted to a new position as a director of recruiting.

At the age of 26, I was on top of the world. One evening I was watching TV after hard day of work, when suddenly I got the worst headache I’ve ever experienced in my life. My left hand & foot started shaking & I was having a stroke. It took me completely out of my game for a year and ended up costing me the best job I thought I could have at the time.

At the age of 27, I moved to Los Angeles, CA, and started my life all over again. It was the late 90s and the IT industry was booming. I borrowed money and started attending a Information Technology trade school to learn Software development. Within a month after graduating, I got my first job. My career once again began to advance rapidly. A year later, I was already an owned an IT company, working with major companies like Coca Cola and Lancôme. As a founder of the company I had to train clients on a daily basis. I became so good at teaching that I to decided start my own trade school as well, that taught software development.

Suddenly in 2001, the IT bubble burst. Since there were no IT projects available and I still had quite a bit of savings to live off, I decided to take a break and go traveling. After all, maybe this is what LIFE IS ALL ABOUT! I visited Paris, Amsterdam, and most of the Europe. I took vacations to Jamaica, Mexico just living the high life–until I realized that I was going through my savings way too fast. I started looking for a new source of income. This time around, it was not as easy as I thought it would be and thats when a second stroke hit me & put me out of commission for another year.

When I recovered, the only job I could have was in car sales. Once again, I found myself being really good at it. Without going into details, I ended up being so good at it, that only after two months in the business; I was hired to work at a high-end dealership selling Ferraris, where the average salesperson had at least five years of experience in high-end car sales before they were even considered.

I was once again doing pretty well, making good money until one of my clients liked me so much that he offered me an opportunity to work with him as a 50/50 partner running a legal businesses.

A few years later I started my own business as a marketing consultant. Once again, everything was going great and guess what?

One day my back went out, and I became completely paralyzed. Not only I couldn’t work, neither not even go to the bathroom on my own or even move my hand without crucial pain. I was lost again in the tragedies of life.

By now I was 100% sure that my life was trying to tell me something. My back problem gave me a lot of time to think about my life and what to do with it, since there was not much else I could do.

First, I realized that I had always been chasing money instead of true happiness. As soon as I got financially comfortable, something would happen to take it away from me because my life was centered on the financial chase and nothing more. Even when I was making a lot of money, deep down I was still stressed out, unsatisfied and unhappy with my life, which was the cause of my medical problems.

The doctors recommended the back surgery but when I researched it, I learned that only 50% patients recovered from this surgery have no pain.

I am a very driven person and since traditional medicine wasn’t the answer, I decided to go “nontraditional” mind over body rout.

Miraculously, against all doctors’ predictions, I was walking pain-free a month later. THIS WAS MY BIG MOMENT. Suddenly, everything was coming into focus and becoming crystal-clear as I began realizing that all of these setbacks had actually been lessons serving a higher purpose, and help me develop a miracle method that can improve peoples lives.

I applied same method to fix my financial issues. Well, that was the last time I ever had to worried about money or had a mental or emotional stress of any kind. I have finally figured out the way to help people to improve their financial, relationship, or any other type of issues in their lives. Eight years later, I am still happy doing what I love, living with the love of my life, and enjoying my life to the fullest, absolutely pain-free and in the best shape of my life. I have found my MEANING and PURPOSE in life:  helping people just like you transform their lives and eliminate stress, and fear while obtaining love and prosperity.

Professional Experience:

Published Author with “Marketing and Customer’s Relationship”

 Businesses Owned

Creator of Courses:

13 Keys to Transformation

13 Steps to Happiness

Lifework Master Course


94 thoughts on “Alex Moses Story

    1. The trick is to enjoy life to the fullest and always be positive.
      No matter how bad my life was, I always look around and see people who in a lot worse position than I was.
      The best way to overcome your pain is to help others to deal with theirs.
      Alex Moses

  1. I read your story that was inspiring and insightful. Thankfulness is one of my life themes and in my blog I share the lessons I have learned living with kidney failure and my eventual transplant giving me a 2nd life.

  2. This is quite the story. Thank you for sharing your emotion of hardships and good times. If you find yourself needing something to read hop on over to my site I would greatly appreciate it. Best, Emily

    1. By now I strongly believe is not what happens to us what important, but how we react to it. I see my life as a blessing, and I would not change a thing, everything came to me as lesson I need it at the time it arrived. So thank God for the lessons that got to the place I am at right now.
      Blessed, Content, and Happy

  3. Dear Alex … unfortunatly it has become easyer to let go than to stugle on , true love is a delicate flower that if taken by force dies, it takes effort and sacrifices at times it aeems you loose more than you gain, but its worth fighting for and death is its only true end, and that end is a new beginning. 28 years married, 3 children one grandchild … worth every drop of sweat.

  4. He has gotten you through so much; I am staggered. Don’t be fooled, though. Believing in God isn’t enough. That fallen angel, Satan believes in god, and trembles.
    Have you publically professed Christ? Asked Him to forgive your sins and made Him the lord of your life?
    This flawed, saved sinner (moi) is sincerely interested. My latest post on Jester’s mace:

      1. Thank you for you quick response.

        Your name is untypical; Alex as in Alexander, Moses, called on by God to led his people out of Egypt.

        Alexander [definition from my King James Bible]: man defender.
        Moses [definition from my King James Bible]: Drawn from the water.
        Called on by God:
        Exodus 3:6-10King James Version (KJV)
        6 Moreover he said, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses hid his face; for he was afraid to look upon God.

        7 And the Lord said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows;

        8 And I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; unto the place of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites.

        9 Now therefore, behold, the cry of the children of Israel is come unto me: and I have also seen the oppression wherewith the Egyptians oppress them.

        10 Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Egypt.

  5. Hi,
    I know AMommasView! You liked a comment I made on Miriam’s blog. I wanted to come over to introduce myself and thank you for liking my comment.

      1. It was my first, just to say Hi, I am getting questions everyday, so I thought I would start my own YouTube Chanel to answer questions I receive on daily basis, maybe it would helpful to other people as well. One Q & A per video

  6. Hi Alex. Isn’t it amazing how the Universe tries over and over to try and tell us something, it gives us signs until we finally get it. I’ve always believed that things happen for a reason and clearly this is the path for you. I’m glad you’ve found your purpose and direction. This is something that I’m still struggling with. In fact my next post will focus on this. Wonderful post Alex, thanks for sharing your story with us.

  7. Does your website have a contact page? I’m having problems locating it
    but, I’d like to shoot you an e-mail.
    Either way, great site and I look forward to seeing it grow over time.

  8. i dont even know where to start Alex! ok well i guess first im so glad you are doing so well now the ups and downs of life surely give us good reason to appreciate waking up each day. i know for myself i wake up and am just tickled to have the day once again to try and make things better then the day before so if i feel so thankful you must wake up blowing kisses to the heavens and just feel so grateful after everything youve gone through. oh my goodness what an incredible story! and ty for sharing it!

  9. Life is a blank notebook in which your the one who is writing your own story.. Its on you that I’ll be a best seller or a piece of written!
    Tough time but its good, you cope with it successfully.

    1. Not a big fan of word cop. I love my life and everything about it.
      I believe the more pain you get the more joy you rewarded with in return. This world well balanced.
      Read posts on “Law of Balance” to get a better idea what I am talking about.
      Love health and wealth
      Alex Moses

  10. You have got so many lessons to learn from your life sir! I think you are the real hero… I wish i was there to give you a standing salute for dealing with such kinda issues… salute sir!

  11. You’ve suffered a great deal and shown great resilience. I commend you for that. Your story made me think of the Bible verse, “For whom the Lord loves He chastens…” Still, I cannot help but feel you’ve moved closer and closer to the truth, without quite hitting the mark. As you’ve come to see, meaning is not quantifiable. We are not wrong to be concerned with the things of this world. But material success alone does not give life purpose. It’s how we relate to God and our fellow man that defines us. A positive attitude may be helpful, but it does nothing to attract good things to us from the universe. Were the lives of the Holocaust victims pointless? Far from it, in my view. Didn’t mean to come off as self-righteous. I wish you the best. I don’t think God is done with you yet.

  12. Hello and thank you for your comments. God must be telling you something. Not all live through that kind of experience. I hope that you’ll come back more often and I’ll do the same.

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