This book is for anyone who is in love or would like to be. - Steve Harvey
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 05, 2015
Alan C. Fox is becoming one of the most powerful voices in personal growth. His first two People Tools books have landed on national bestseller lists, and his latest work, People Tools for Love and Relationships is gaining momentum as it was featured on the Steve Harvey show last month and last week on The Meredith Vieira Show. For the first time in his career Alan will be interviewed on The Social, the progressive-format Canadian daytime TV talk show where international audiences will be introduced to his relationship advice. The show will air today. Check your local listings.
As thousands of readers already know, People Tools are tips that provide simple solutions to help solve relationship, career and overall self-improvement problems.
Alan focuses on such essential concepts as openly embracing love, not seeking perfection in a partner, candidly discussing money issues, and apologizing instead of withdrawing. People Tools for Love and Relationships provides such insights as:
How To Be The Right Person. To build a successful life partnership, it's more important to learn to be the right person than it is to find the right person.
The Best Defense Is No Defense. While having a strong defense is helpful on the battlefield, being defensive in your relationships can cause serious problems.
Happiness Equals Expectations Minus Reality. No one is perfect. To enter into a relationship you need to be an optimist. To stay in and enjoy that relationship, you need to be a realist. It is important to accept your partner as he or she is, including faults.
Alan has researched and tested “People Tools” throughout his entire life, and they are what keeps his three decades-long marriage happy and vital. In an interview with Steve Harvey, he shared, “If you want someone to love you, love them first.”
This business mogul (his founded commercial real estate company is a billion dollar enterprise) and generous philanthropist (donated $20 million to the University of Arizona’s School of Music) is making his way to the hearts of audiences everywhere, particularly in daytime television.
Connect with Alan as he continues his heartfelt journey to share optimism and wisdom through media outlets and audiences everywhere. He is available to be scheduled for TV appearances, interviews, and blog contributions as he expands his blog outreach.