10 Insights from People Tools, with Alan C. Fox

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Hear the full conversation at http://33voic.es/in141jq Alan Fox has degrees in accounting, law, education, and professional writing. He has been employed as a tax supervisor for a national accounting firm, established his own law firm, and founded a commercial real estate company that owns and manages more than seventy major income-producing properties in eleven states. He sits on the board of directors of several non-profit foundations, focusing on children, wellness, health, and education. Fox is also the founder, editor, and publisher of Rattle, one of the most respected literary magazines in the United States. He is well known for the publication of his conversations with noted American poets, including several Pulitzer Prize winners.

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we help you discover smarterways to think, grow, and live.

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This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou,

founder & host of 33voices®.

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Alan C. FoxAlan Fox has degrees in accounting, law, educa-tion, and professional writing. He has been em-ployed as a tax supervisor for a national account-ing firm, established his own law firm, and founded a commercial real estate company that owns and manages more than seventy major income-producing properties in eleven states. He sits on the board of directors of several non-profit founda-tions, focusing on children, wellness, health, and education.

He’s also the founder, editor, and publisher of Rat-tle, one of the most respected literary magazines in the United States. He is well known for the pub-lication of his conversations with noted American poets, including several Pulitzer Prize winners.

@AlanCFox

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When you experience joy in your life,

what else do you really need?

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If you set out to work hard and not to get rich,

you’ll get richer than you thought.

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Confidence is earned one small victory at a time.

make and celebrate small bets and you’ll see your confidence soar.

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Unless you’re first willing to lose,

you’ll never win.Buy a ticket and get in the game.

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Great leaders ask great questions.Ask, listen and you’ll never stop influencing others.

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If you continue to live on the surface, you’ll create a ceiling that you can’t escape.

test the edge instead.

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If you continue to live on the surface, you’ll create a ceiling that you can’t escape.

test the edge instead.

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To honor your best relationships,inspire them to spend more time doing what they do best.

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Aim for perfection, but celebrate progress;

it’s the quickest way to get there.

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Next time you feel a bit lost, try the 4 C’s:

Confess that you’re lost

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Next time you feel a bit lost, try the 4 C’s:

Climb as high as you can to broaden your perspective

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Next time you feel a bit lost, try the 4 C’s:

Contact others for insights

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Next time you feel a bit lost, try the 4 C’s:

Commit to a course of action

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It’s wise to catch others being good.

Want someone to repeat a behavior?give them positive reinforcement.

want them to stop? simply ignore it.

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On a scale from 1-10, how happy are you?

REALLY REFLECT