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About Bob Scott

Bob Scott is a senior advisory leader and consultant with diverse experience across multiple sectors – business, technology, financial, sports, entertainment and non-profit organizations.
20 06, 2017

Father & Son: A Story of Reconciliation

By | June 20th, 2017|The School of Life|4 Comments

Dear Reader, I first wrote the core of this blog nearly 10 years ago. Initially I was really taken back at how it made its way around the country and the world for that matter. Over time, I have received a great many encouraging emails from people who were personally moved by my retelling of [...]

13 06, 2017

Who Are You?

By | June 13th, 2017|Millennials, The School of Life|0 Comments

Any entrepreneur who has started a business understands all too well the daily decisions which need to be made which challenge who they are at their core. While some decisions are simple involving little risk, others have significant consequences attached which can trickle down and affect the lives of other people. Being a business owner [...]

6 06, 2017

Life is Learning to Walk Backwards Up the Stairs

By | June 6th, 2017|Millennials, The School of Life|0 Comments

As one discovers while traversing the decades of life, so much of it is not what we anticipated. We didn’t know what we didn’t know. A great paradox of life is the more we know, the more we realize we really don’t know. The innocence of our childhood long ago drifted away like a seeding [...]

23 05, 2017

Joseph and The Millennials Pt 2: Action – Reaction

By | May 23rd, 2017|Culture, Millennials, The School of Life|0 Comments

In grade school we were taught Newton’s third law; For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Initially, I was under the impression this was a principle which applied only to celestial bodies and physical objects. Over time, as I poured myself into the study of anthropology and sociology, I discovered this also [...]

16 05, 2017

Joseph and The Millennials Pt 1: Unsanitized

By | May 16th, 2017|Millennials, Shifting Paradigms, The School of Life|0 Comments

I’m laughing to myself at the title I’ve chosen for this next blog; it could be the name of a music group or even a Broadway musical! On a more serious note, I would like to spend some time over the next few weeks sharing my perspective on the biblical figure of Joseph and why [...]

2 05, 2017

It’s All About Me! – Or Maybe It Isn’t: Part 2

By | May 2nd, 2017|Culture|2 Comments

In Part 1 of “It’s All About me! – Or Maybe It Isn’t” I shared a deeply personal journey which painfully brought me to an awareness that a significant cultural shift was taking place; love was being redefined. For centuries love was an expression of personal sacrifice on behalf of others. Societies honored people based [...]

25 04, 2017

It’s All About Me! – Or Maybe It Isn’t: Part 1

By | April 25th, 2017|Culture|0 Comments

In November of 1987 I was confronted with a tragedy of epic proportions when I learned that sixteen of my dearest friends had been massacred on a peace and reconciliation project we were deeply involved with in the African nation of Zimbabwe. Even years later, it is hard to write about because very few if [...]

4 04, 2017

Houston, We Have A Problem!

By | April 4th, 2017|Culture|4 Comments

There are times in life when the journey takes an unexpected detour, where you intended to arrive at one destination, but suddenly find yourself unexpectedly at another. Those can be a bit of a head scratcher. Welcome to my life!  Instead of just being frustrated, I have learned that sometimes, such detours are better embraced [...]

28 03, 2017

Unsung Heroes/ Untold Stories: A Behind the Scenes Look at the Reformation

By | March 28th, 2017|Unsung Heroes/ Untold Stories|2 Comments

On April 19th 1775, British troops marched their way to Concord, MA in search of weapons hidden away by the revolutionaries. Their bright red uniforms caused them to stand out hence some of the colonists called them “Lobster Backs”.  As the troops entered Lexington, MA they were met by a group of armed militia later [...]