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A Light at the End of the Tunnel: Keeping Hope Alive

Hope is a powerful thing. It is the expectation of good things to come. Even a mere glimmer of hope can keep one going through the darkest of times. Life has the tendency to throw you many a curveball. There can be many devastating circumstances you may have to live…

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Perseverance – The Fast Track to Success

“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.” ― Maya Angelou Perseverance is being persistent. Persistent in the…

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View from the Top: How to Climb the Corporate Ladder without Falling Off

There is no one definitive way to win at the game of life. Each path presents its own unique challenges; each person, capable of performing extraordinary feats. We’re all gifted with immeasurable powers beyond our imagination. Identifying these powers, knowing how and when to use them—that’s something that only you can discover.

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Standing Up to Any Challenge: A Story of Personal Triumph

You hear all kinds of horror stories when you set out to pursue your dreams. Haunting accounts of pain and hardship, of people who’ve loved and lost, who’ve failed and faded. It’s enough to drive one to the brink of insanity or turn to dust the dreams of a youthful,…

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Embracing Change: How to Open the Doors to Professional Success

They say change is the essence of life, the magic that awes and amazes—turning paupers into kings and skeptics into believers. It sets the pulse of your journey no matter where you’re headed, compelling you to take one step ahead even if the world tells you you’re a cripple or…

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Conquering Goals with Grit

I was preparing to launch a Blog yesterday titled “Who is that Blessman in your life stretching you further?” I received an email bright and early from a friend, however, that read, “My son wrote about you in his essay about Grit!” I loved it and was humbled to be…

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Dream in Full Color

What inspired me to write this Blog was a Tweet I read after I presented to the Canon Solutions Annual Conference: “We are all ‘dreaming in full color’ with @ScottVMG at #thinkconference2016.” It’s easier to tone DOWN a Colorful idea than it is to tone UP a Boring one! So,…

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Leaders Leading Leaders

Lately, as I travel the country speaking to industries and associations, I’ve been encouraging CEOs, top sales producers and frontline employees to Reflect. To Reflect back on how far they have come, on the choices and decisions they have made, both personally and professionally, as well as on the challenges…

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Scott Burrows Think Outside the Moment

Think Outside the Moment

Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to travel coast to coast speaking to an array of different organizations! A few times, my girlfriend, Kim Wagner joined me. I reconnected with Kim at our 30th high school reunion in 2013. Truth is, I was not too sure I…

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3-Young Women Held Captive for More Than a Decade:

As I watched the news and read the paper about the school bus driver charged with rape and kidnaping Michele Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina Dejesus, my heart, like yours went out to them and their families. For so many years they were in prison, held captive, chained up in…

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The Power of Forgiveness

On Nov 3, 1984 my life changed forever. 28-years later, another life has been changed! April 7, 2013 Barnes & Nobel customer book review: Vision Mindset Grit Posted by Beep Shoe Anyone who wants to know what perseverance, grit and plain old fashioned faith and then how to apply it…

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Influencing Lives…

Scott, I was in the audience today at the AOCA conference in Nashville, and I meant to come by and say ‘hello’ but unfortunately did not get the chance. I very much enjoyed – and learned from – what you had to say today. Thank you. In particular, I couldn’t…

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Great Motivation!

I heard Scott speak at a convention. What a compelling story. He gave most of the presentation from his wheelchair but then stood up for the last ten minutes. His book goes into more detail and depth of the challenges and tragedy followed by the lessons that were learned. Each…

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