Your audience may be teens & young adults or less-young adults. Scott has keynotes to help both.
“BEFORE THE MORTGAGE”
Audience: Teens or young adults (click here to read feedback from college students)
Length – 30-45 minutes with optional Q&A
Perspective. Who (and who not) to surround yourself with. Understanding where the heck your passion comes from. What to do with ‘it’. The audience is taken on a ride that helps them understand all of it. Scott draws from a few very emotional experiences to illustrate what passion really looks like. It’s raw and his eyeballs tend to sweat a little bit during the talk.
With some humor and stories sprinkled in, the audience is taken from some of the lows Scott experienced in his teen years to the high of being on your stage inspiring the people in the room.
Imagine the connection that is made when the audience is encouraged to take the answers they’ve formulated during the talk and connect them to going to school. The aha moment is achieved by many and this sets them on a purposeful path.
Topics covered in “BEFORE THE MORTGAGE” include….
- Understanding passion & purpose
- Drawing from what makes you you
- Where inspiration does and does not come from
- Not chasing the money first
- Why ‘NOW’ rocks!
- Peer pressure
- Finding your ‘it’
- The value of serving others with your strengths, talents and abilities
“TURNING ‘SOMEDAY I WANT TO’ INTO ‘I’M SO GLAD I DID”
Audience: Adults open to inspiration
Length – 30 minutes with optional Q&A
Scott Wittig has lived what so many 30, 40 and 50-somethings are living now – they have a job and go to work but long for something more. There is an itch to be scratched, but they can’t figure out how to scratch it. From starting a non-profit to serve a cause to finally doing something with their photography passion….and everything in-between. There is a way to do both and Scott has proven it.
As a veteran mortgage banker, Scott managed to carve out time during the busiest two years of his career to write Holy It! A Guide to Finding and Doing Your Thing – Your ‘It’ He has also managed to promote his book and build a business around it. IT is possible – you just have to FIND THE RIGHT THING.
Your audience will be taught how this is possible.
Your audience will learn what to watch out for.
Your audience will be given permission to shine.
Your audience will learn some tricks.
Your audience will find out more about accountability.
Your audience WILL NOT be talked out of their jobs.
At first blush this message may sound like, “quit your job and go do what you love.” Nope. That’s not what Scott did and that’s not what he preaches. If an employee is going to do that, they are going to do that. THIS message is about how it is possible to keep doing what you’re doing, but find fulfillment ALONG WITH whatever is paying the bills. The people who hear this talk may be MORE LIKELY to stay because they will be more fulfilled once they start acting on ‘it.’
“HOLY IT! – HOW TO FIND YOUR PURPOSE & PASSION AND FINALLY ACT ON IT!”
Audience: Young adults and not-so-young adults
Length: 60 minutes
Imagine an audience walking into a room like they are walking against the wind and walking out with the wind behind them and completely new outlook? That is what this talk will do.
We all have a ‘Holy It!’ It’s inside us from day one. How we nurture it and bring it out is the challenge. Your audience will be taken through all of the steps and examples laid out in Holy It! A Guide to Finding and Doing Your Thing – Your ‘It’ and will walk out with clarity.
Taken from many of his personal experiences, Scott shares his story of how he managed to write and promote a book, and build a business around it, all while maintaining a career in mortgage lending….during the most challenging times the industry have ever seen and the highest volume of business Scott had seen in 15 years. It is possible, you just have to find the right thing and take steps to go from inaction to in action.
Topics covered in “HOLY IT! – HOW TO FIND YOUR PURPOSE & PASSION AND FINALLY ACT ON IT!”
- How to identify your ‘It’
- The difference between purpose and passion
- Predicting the good, bad and ugly of taking action
- Why it’s ok to shine
- What to ‘fess up on before moving ahead
- Identifying the REAL finish line
- The importance of attitude & accountability
- The keys to getting into action
- Why it ain’t hard