The following is an interview featured in Unicity magazine Volume 01
In August 2002, Jim Fobair woke up on an extra mattress his sister had laid on the floor of her spare bedroom. He was penniless, homeless, and living out of a suitcase. It marked four and a half years since his precipitous fall from grace -- one where millions of dollars, a thriving company, and the trappings of success all came crashing down without mercy.
But even in failing, there was a decision to be made, he could either hit the ground hard, or he could bounce back up.
Unhindered honesty is inevitable when speaking with Jim -- he says what he thinks in a straightforward, matter-of-fact sort of way -- but it comes with more than a modicum os sincerity and openness. He's not afraid to tell you where he's been and where he's come: the meteoric rise, the epic crash that followed, and a more astounding rise since then. It's not so much what he's done now that matters, it's who he's become, and that's something he's proud of.