NetworkingCEO: Scott Simson ~ Discover Your Max Potential

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Scott Simson, entrepreneur and founder of Preslyn Publishing in Dallas, Texas, is a highly sought-after motivational speaker, achievement consultant and branding expert. Scott’s message of discovering your maximum potential and becoming your best self is changing lives all over the world. Scott has been featured in major media including CBS Money Watch, The Boston Globe and national talk radio.
 
Scott’s personal story is one spanning from rock bottom to high achiever. He grew up an outgoing dreamer, but fought the battle of self-doubt and low self-esteem. His teenage years were spent in a troubled tangle of aimless direction and negative attention-seeking. This all changed later in his youth when he realized he could utilize his talents to produce positive results in himself and others. Since then he has been on a journey of growth and development and has made it his mission to help and guide others. His colorful youth gives him the ability to reach his audiences on a profound level.
 
After finding the principles of success and understanding their true potential, Scott and his wife went from $3 in their bank account and tens of thousands of dollars in consumer debt, to being consumer debt-free with a six figure income in 6 months. He credits good decision making, perseverance, hard work and relationship building as keys to his success.
 
In 2010, Scott and his wife Camber became #1 bestselling authors when their children’s book Fox and the Mountain-A Parable climbed the charts on Amazon.com. In 2011, with the desire to take their message to teens and adults, they released their second book Fox and the Mountain: Creating Your Path to Abundance which was endorsed by success industry leaders Stephen R. Covey, T. Harv Ecker, Bill Bartmann and Greg S. Reid.

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