Are you always looking for good speakers?
Do you want actionable content and not merely inspiration?
Is it hard to find a speaker that will keep your audience’s attention?
Are you afraid of feeling embarrassed about bringing in a boring speaker?
Look no further.
More than inspiration
The Power of Story
People don’t want to know your company’s story. But they do want to be invited into a story. Learn the framework that puts your customers at the center.
Practical Next Steps
You’ll walk away energized with a clear understanding of what’s limiting your company growth and how to speak, so customers listen.
Scott will keep your audience engaged and wanting to hear more.
Getting Scott To Your Event Is Easy
1) Fill out the form
2) Hop on a call
3) Sit back and relax
Your audience will thank you. Your boss will be impressed with your booking skills. You’ll want to book Scott again!
THOSE WHO’VE HEARD HIM
“Scott has a voice and a message worth listening to. He speaks with passion, authority, and subject knowledge. He has an innate ability to make the complex simple and the abstract practical.”
“He is an excellent presenter, and I would highly recommend him. His content is clear and compelling. The best part is your audience will walk away from the event, knowing exactly what steps to take to transform their new knowledge into real results for their businesses.“
“Give him the stage, and everyone in the room will know exactly what they need to do to move their organization forward!”
The Importance of Clarity
A Look at the StoryBrand 7 Part Framework
When it comes to talking about their businesses, many people are so close to their products or services they don’t know where to start. The StoryBrand Marketing Framework helps companies understand what customers are looking for so they can tell their story in such a way people listen.
Once you clarify your message, your marketing starts working for you, your team members become a sales force, and your customers speak a viral message that spreads.
Accelerate Your Business Growth
How to Move Your Company into Predictable Success
30, 60, or 90 minutes
Every single business follows a predictable path through 7 different corporate life stages, but only 2 of them are valid places for a company to thrive. The problem is, most business leaders are so close to their businesses they aren’t able to see the pattern repeating itself.
The Predictable Success Model provides a proven roadmap to grow your business, gives you a vocabulary for what you’ve known to be true, but couldn’t find the words for and aligns your team with the stunning clarity of focus!
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