Scott Stewart addresses a class regarding finding their calling in life.
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Scott addresses his audience about being accountable for fixing their own behavior. ” It’s nobodies responsibility but your own to unload your baggage.”
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Scott addressing business owners in the state of Oregon at the Chamber of Commerce State Convention
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Like a lot of others, Scott grew up in a home situation that was less than functional. By the age of sixteen, he had experienced enough verbal and emotional abuse to last many lifetimes. Despite the turbulence he faced in those formative teen and pre-teen years, he made a personal commitment to stop the pattern of abuse and become a better parent to his own children than the examples he’d known.
I must admit, there was a small part of me that was hesitant. I am cautious when it comes to who and where I invest money. Shortly after you started talking, I could see the value in your message.
Overall; I have seen small changes in a few staff members. Nothing huge, certainly not everyone, but a few and that’s a good step in the right direction.
Rick Holman, Administrator
Scott’s message resonated with me. We’re faced with challenges every day – both big and small – and how we choose to deal with those challenges can make a remarkable difference in our outlook, our success and our health. For me personally, It’s easy to get caught up in the nitty gritty, the irritations, the frustrations. Scott’s talk was a reminder that it doesn’t have to be that way. I have a choice and I can choose to perceive the situation differently.
Leah Sikora, VP of Programming for the Emerald Marketing Association
Scott is the type of person who empowers others to become their best simply by being present.
Robert Killen, CEO & Founder of APEX