Scott Fox (author)

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Scott Fox
Born Detroit, Michigan, United States
Residence California, United States
Nationality American
Education Bachelor of Arts in Management, Juris Doctor in Intellectual Property
Alma mater University of Michigan, Stanford University School of Law
Occupation Financial Author, Lifestyle Entrepreneur, founder at ClickMillionaires.com, RadioGuestList.com
Website www.ScottFox.com

Scott Fox is an American financial author, lifestyle entrepreneur and founder of ClickMillionaires.com and RadioGuestList.com. Fox is best known for his books Internet Riches: The Simple Money-making Secrets of Online Millionaires, E-Riches 2.0, and Click Millionaires.

Early life and education[edit]

Fox grew up in inner-city Detroit.[1] He received his bachelor's degree in Management at University of Michigan by age 21 he was an investment banker on Wall Street. He then returned to school, earning a Juris Doctorate law degree in Intellectual Property from Stanford University in the early 1990s.[2] He spent some time as a lawyer, some in the entertainment industry, and some working on start-ups in Silicon Valley.[3]

Writing[edit]

Scott Fox is the bestselling author of three books: Internet Riches, E-Riches 2.0, and Click Millionaires.[4] Each of these books focus on lifestyle businesses and just e-commerce to start an online business.[5]

  • Internet Riches: The Simple Money-making Secrets of Online Millionaires (2008) [1]
  • E-Riches 2.0: Next Generation Online Marketing Strategies (2009)
  • Click Millionaires: Work Less, Live More with an Internet Lifestyle Business You Love (2012)

Other Business Ventures[edit]

In addition to being an author, Fox is a lifestyle coach, a serial start-up entrepreneur, an executive, and a podcaster. He has built multimillion-dollar e-businesses ranging from niche online ventures, to Silicon Valley venture capital-backed startups and Fortune 500 corporate web sites, to sites for celebrities like Bill O’Reilly and Larry King.[6]

Charitable causes[edit]

The proceeds from all of Fox's books are donated to charity.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Fox currently resides in California with his family.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Dumas, John. "20: Scott Fox of Click Millionaires". Entrepreneur on Fire. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  2. ^ Tardy, Jaime. "Millionaire Story: Scott Fox". Eventual Millionaire. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  3. ^ Steinmann, Jeff (22 January 2014). "Episode #42 Transcript: How to Start a Business Online with Click Millionaires author Scott Fox". HowToQuitWorking.com. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  4. ^ Strauss, Steve (22 June 2012). "Ask an Expert: Small businesses often seek big banks' help". USA Today. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  5. ^ Wagner, Eric (4 September 2012). "Click Millionaires: 7 Secrets to Less Work and More Life". Forbes. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  6. ^ Jacquet, Tim (2 October 2012). "Click Millionaires Lifestyles Business Book by Scott Fox". TheCoreBusinessShow.com. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 

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