Ian Fox

Ian Fox is a multiple business owner and visionary who's helped thousands of people worldwide with his unique, down-to-earth and highly experiential approach to life, business, money, self-awareness and spirituality. A renowned Martial Arts Master and mind and body teacher with over 35 years experience. Founder of Fox Fitness.co.uk, an holistic health and fitness teacher training company, which has trained over 7000 instructors globally since 1994.

Ian has taught Applied Personal Development and Mindfulness for many years as a powerful and transformational method for overcoming life's barriers and obstacles. He is also a Reiki and Sekhem master. Ian is a pioneer of new learning and training methods of personal growth. He's appeared on Television programmes, in magazines and on Radio all over the world.

Ian is the author of Small Wants Little Needs: The Spiritual and Practical Solution To Becoming Financially Free. Learn more about the book at Amazon.co.uk:
or from Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Small-Wants-Little-Needs-Ian/dp/1471098958/

Ian is also founder of the Mindfulness Meditation Zone, where he inspires people to live a much happier life using the power of Mindfulness and Mindfulness Meditation.

See more: http://www.mindfulnessmeditationzone.com/

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Ian also helps his wife Annette with her Kids Confidence coaching business, CHAMPS Academy:


For more information, please visit ian-fox.com http://www.mindfulnessmeditationzone.com/ http://www.champs-academy.co.uk/ .

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Don’t Conform, Reform!

Don’t waste your life, your beauty, your infinite connection to all things, worrying, overworking and collecting “material things!” Control your ego; temper your desires and let forgiveness, love and personal freedom be the beacon that guides you. Awaken from the delusion of having to show off and prove yourself to others. The best house, car, clothes and latest gadget mean little, because they are not who you really are beyond thought and form. The things you want to own, invariably end up owning you. They become the “screws” of your life, nailing you to the floor, preventing you from spanning… Read more.