MOX-IE [MOK-SEE] N
ENERGY, VIGOR, VERVE, PEP, COURAGE, AGGRESSIVENESS, NERVE, DETERMINATION, SKILL, KNOW-HOW, SAVVY
synonyms: backbone, initiative, grit, gumption
My parents have been excellent role models of having the courage to try something that others think is out of reach. Building a life and business based on helping others to look forward, solve problems, exceed expectations and in general “shoot for the moon”. For me Jack and Shirli Flack, two people who started with nothing, dared to change the world and succeeded wildly, defined moxie. I didn’t have a choice in my “moxie” mind set, just as my seven siblings don’t and just as my children don’t. I was raised with it and couldn’t be happier to pass on the trait as it was gifted to me. From g.moxie you can expect nothing less than our highest effort to exceed your expectations. We don’t know how to do it any other way.
In the words of Jack C. Flack, Sr., "You can’t get anywhere if you don’t have moxie.” - Laura Goranson