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Alan C. Fox

Editor-In-Chief

Rattle

HQ Phone:  (818) 505-6777

Email: a***@***.com

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Rattle

12411 Ventura Blvd.

Studio City, California,91604

United States

Company Description

Rattle's mission is to promote the practice of poetry. We feel that poetry lost its way in the 20th century, to the point that mainstream readers have forgotten how moving language alone can be. As a result, most people learn to find their feelings in music,... more

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Background Information

Employment History

New York Times Bestselling Author

People Tools Book


President

ACF Property Management


Affiliations

Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation

Founder


National Center for Family Philanthropy

Board Member


The Center for Healing Arts

Board Member


The Hermes Foundation

Board Member


Red Hen Press

Board Member


several non-profit foundations. www.peopletoolsbook.com

Board Member


Education

B.S.

University of Southern California


Master


creative writing degree

USC


law degree


Web References(108 Total References)


The Faces of FCF - Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation

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Alan C. Fox
President


ITI - Mission, Develop new models, programs, and delivery systems for healing trauma

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Alan Fox
Alan Fox is the father of six outstanding children, and is the editor and publisher of Rattle, a well respected literary magazine. He highly values education, and has accumulated college degrees in Accounting, Law, Education, and Professional Writing. In his spare time he is the CEO of a successful commercial real estate firm which specializes in purchasing and managing large shopping centers in the Western United States.


RATTLE: Contact Us

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Alan Fox
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


rattle.com

Alan Fox EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


People tools for Business: 50 Strategies for building Success, Creating Wealth, and Finding Happiness Reviewed By Michelle Kaye Malsbury of Bookpleasures.com

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Author: Alan C. Fox
Publisher: Select Books ISBN: 978-1-59079-287-2 Author, Alan C. Fox, is a very learned man. (2014, p.199) He holds a law degree, accounting degree, and counseling degree. Previously Mr. Fox was a CPA, lawyer, realtor/owner, writer/editor for Rattle Literary magazine, and sat on the boards of various not-for-profit organizations. Alan has a weekly blog where you can learn more about his tools for success and wealth building at www.peopletoolsboook.com. You can contact this author directly at alan@peopletoolsbook.com or follow him on Facebook at PeopleToolsBook, or Twitter @AlanCFox. (p.200) In the Forward Alan states [paraphrase] that his father felt that the financial crisis of 2008 was inevitable largely because he was a contrarian. (2014) "Being a contrarian to him means you question your direction, especially when everyone else seems to be floating with the current. "Thinking contrary to the flow of popular opinion...avoiding a short-term solution to a long-term problem...". Mr. Fox said that this contrary thinking was his father's way of preventing disaster and staying afloat in good and bad times. Chapter two introduces us to the "Glass Ceiling". (2014, p.6) Two important things to remember if you want your organization to be successful according to Mr. Fox are; "If you fail to hire and promote based first and foremost upon ability, you're going to lose both market share and profit to your competitors who do. ... Second, there are five stairs to the top. To recall those stairs Alan uses the acronym CHEAP. CHEAP stands for "...confidence, home, education, assertiveness, and passion". Mr. Fox goes on to explain, in depth, how each of those headings needs to be checked off if you are searching for the right person to hire or if you are the person who wants to be hired. This particular shoe fits on both feet. Chapter 3 is called Advertise Your Mistakes. (2014, p.13) Regarding mistakes Mr. Fox says "We all make mistakes. Mr. Fox said his strategy for fully funding his businesses ranged from paternal loans to investors, and bank loans. (2014, p.26) A helpful tip is to "...predict your cash flows accurately and conservatively in advance. (p.27) Alan says he keeps two budgets at any one time.


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