Speaking | Scott B Harris

SPEAKING

For over eight years, Scott has been to learning how to be resilient.

From the moment he woke up from a coma, Scott had to make a choice – he had to decide which road to walk down after his life was changed forever. The choice he made back then has taught him the true meaning of resilience.

To overcome adversity, Scott had to have the right mindset and persistence to achieve his goals. Since then, Scott has dedicated himself to inspiring others to be resilient and achieve their goals in life.

CRASHING INTO POTENTIAL

KEYNOTES

STUDENTS

In this session, students will learn

  • Scott’s story
  • How he took responsibility for the choices he made
  • How he developed a growth
  • How they can set and achieve the right goals in life
  • How the brain thrives on repetition

 

STUDENTS

"From Scott's speech, it has really made me appreciate what I have in my life and to look at things in a more positive way, as there are some people in the world who are suffering from many things. He has also encouraged me to go out of my comfort zone and that I am capable of achieving my dreams."

– Kyah, Year 10

"Scotts talk taught me some valuable life lessons; to be grateful for what I have, to always look on the bright side of life and to never give up."

– Jenny, Year 10

 

TEACHERS

In this session, teachers will learn:

  • Scott’s story
  • Why we should practice gratitude
  • How to practice gratitude with your students
  • The power of mindfulness meditation and how it will help your students
  • How to help your students set and achieve goals

PARENTS

In this session, parents will learn:

  • Scott’s story
  • How to help yout child to set goals for success
  • Why it's important to practice gratitude
  • How to practice gratitude as a family
  • How meditation helps your brain
  • How to practice meditation with your child no matter what age

 

PARENTS

 

 

CORPORATE

In this session, you will learn

  • Scott’s story
  • How to take responsibility for the choices we make
  • How to develop a growth mindset
  • How to set goals with your team for success
  • How to bring gratitude into your workplace
  • Why you need to be meditating with your team
  • The power of gratitude on wellbeing

I admire Scott’s authenticity and his courage to share his story. The lessons he shared with us today have a direct connection to where we are as a team and as a business, and the importance of having that growth mindset. His presentation has had a profound impact on me personally and the team today as well. He really took us on a journey and stripped himself bare in terms of where he’s come from what he’s learned along the way. What a brilliant presentation.

- Tony Rossi | ANZ | 
State Head of Small Business Banking

 

I found Scott’s presentation inspiring, uplifting and his use of humour was both unexpected (given the gravity of the situation) and very clever. His professionalism and the warmth with which he communicated with the audience were excellent. I loved the way he shared his story and my experience was of being touched, moved and inspired. Scott you have a very powerful message and one that makes a difference

- Maree McCabe, Chief Executive Officer,
Alzheimer's Australia

Scott Harris has come back from the dead. His story is both compelling and inspiring. 

- John Silvester, Crime Writer, The Age,
Co-author of Underbelly

Mesmerizing from the start to the end, Scott is a storyteller of the highest order. His journey is raw and inspiring refusing to shy away from the topics that can upset people, I would highly recommend Scott to speak at any event you are having

- Ayden Shaw, Sport and Recreation Manager
Disability Sport & Recreation

Scott’s keynote was presented very well. I found it very motivational, and Scott’s message to keep having a go no matter what resonated well with the entire room. A good measurement of a successful presentation is the number of questions the audience feels they can ask, and the strong engagement in question time really showed us that.

- Mark Taylor, Chief Executive Officer
ACE Radio

Thank you so much. I won't ever forget today and will always remember you. You are a wonderfully talented presenter. Well done and keep up the great work. All the best to you and your family.  I feel privileged enough to have met you and appreciated you opening up to us. I'll continue to follow you on social media.

- Catherine Singh

Interested?

Enquire now for more information on Scott's keynote speaking.

 

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