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Short form — 15 minutes – 90 minutes

(lectures, keynote speeches, addresses, demonstrations,  etc.)


Long form — 4 hours to 40 hours
(workshops, seminars and classes)


Comedy — 3 minutes — 30 minutes
(toasts, roasts, stand-up routines, monologues, etc.)




This is a broad subject, but sample topics include:

  • Knowing which ideas to run with
  • The importance (and creation) of prototypes
  • Protecting your ideas
  • Submitting your ideas – how to do it (and the biggest do’s and don’ts)
  • How the money works and what you can and can’t expect

Again, this is a broad subject, but sample topics include:

  • Leveraging hobbies into money makers
  • Resources (assessing, predicting and developing)
  • Sustainability
  • Risk/reward management
  • The perils and perks of allegiance
  • Marketing strategies — the good, the bad and the ugly
Decision making:

Using the “Survivial Quadrant” chart to analyze all the factors/emotions surrrounding a decision; this helps you make WORKABLE decisions and guards against decisions that work against your values or beliefs.

Life “creation”

Seeing, planning and creating your “next level”;  leveraging the familiar and unfamiliar to bring your life closer to where you want it to be

Planned (and early) retirement:

How to retire early into a life you love.


The power of story telling; eliciting the emotional response to persuade people through storytelling



There is no one “single” audience that Scott typically addresses.  Because there is a little bit of an inventor in all of us, even if we are are only “inventing” our future life, Scott’s material is applicable to a variety of audiences.  Some of the many audiences that Scott has had the pleasure of addressing include:

  • Business groups, clubs and associations
  • Marketing and entertainment professionals and associations
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Inventors
  • Women-in-business associations
  • Networking groups and associations, including MLM  events
  • Students  (middle school, high school, college and vocational students)
  • At-risk populations (youth groups, correctional facility inmates, rehab, half-way houses, etc.)
  • Native and indigenous populations