Moe and Alan Fox catch up to discuss People Tools for Business and why success in business and life doesn’t need to be that complicated.
Wisdom Listens More than it Talks
In the lyrics to the song ‘God Love Us’ by Nas, there’s a verse early on that captures one of the more essential characteristics that I find in accomplished individuals – “He who has ears, let him hear. And he who has sight, let him see. He who has life, let him be. See everything goes through change. Those who know don’t talk and those who talk don’t know a thing.” It goes without saying, that each of us will interpret this it in our own way; still I see it as a reminder that wisdom listens much more than it talks; and no one personifies that more than entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author of the New York Times bestseller, People Tools, Alan C. Fox.
By any measure, Alan has reached the pinnacle of success in all aspects of his life. His real estate practice owns and manages a one billion dollar portfolio, his Rattle Poetry Journal is a nationally renowned publication, his Frieda C. Fox Family foundation inspires youth education; all while he continues to be the patriarch of a loving family. Ask him the key to his success, and he’ll refer you to rule 29 in his latest book, People Tools for Business. Here’s what you can expect when you ‘catch the up elevator.’