For over two decades, Scott Greenberg has captivated audiences with his high-energy presentations on leadership and peak performance mindset. His diverse client list includes Nike, Allstate, the Wyndham Hotel Group, the U.S. Air Force and countless other businesses, schools and associations. He’s presented in all 50 U.S. states, as well as in Canada, Ecuador, Jamaica, Aruba, Croatia and Saudi Arabia. Discussing both skill set and mindset, Scott helps leaders and their teams elevate performance. He challenges conventional thinking and gets people immediately focused on the ideas and action that matter most. In 2005, Scott built his first of two “Edible Arrangements” franchises in Los Angeles. His company regularly ranked among the top grossing operations in California and won the Edible Arrangements “Best Customer Service” and “Manager of the Year” awards out of more than 1000 franchisees worldwide. Scott received his bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1992 and was awarded a scholarship to attend graduate film school at New York University. He was diagnosed with cancer after only one semester and returned to California for treatment. After successfully beating the disease, he celebrated by running the Los Angeles Marathon to raise money for cancer research.
The Third Factor: The Mindset of High Performance Students
Why is it that in the same circumstances, doing similar work, some students thrive while others flounder? The difference is the third factor – mindset — the way we manage our thoughts and emotions. This is the most distinguishing element great leaders. It’s what enables them to clear their heads and make decisions. Develop this mental edge and you’ll become unstoppable. Scott will show your students how to optimize their mindset for maximum performance and lead others to do the same.
Bouncing Back: Finding Resilience In The Face Of Adversity
Scott Greenberg was a New York University film student when he was diagnosed with cancer. He spent the next year battling for his life. Inspired by his grandmother, a “Schindler’s List” holocaust survivor, he conquered the disease and went on to complete the Los Angeles Marathon. This upbeat presentation focuses on how strong and powerful we all are. Everyone gets their “cancers” – problems we don’t expect or deserve. But that’s not what matters. What matters is how we react. Scott will give your group tools for managing adversity. They’ll learn how to use humor and mental discipline to access their full strength and keep problems in perspective. Students will leave with renewed optimism and excitement for their lives. Scott uses a lot of humor and storytelling in his presentations, ensuring your kids will have a great time while also hearing a substantive, inspiring message.
Cut Loose Your Sandbags: How To Overcome Mental Hang-ups & Soar To Success
Like hot air balloons, all of us are engineered to soar to great heights. Unfortunately, we “sandbag” ourselves by doing things, thinking things and believing things that hold us down. We burden ourselves with insecurity, fear and negative self-talk. Rarely do we perform at our best – our true best. In this program, Scott will discuss our most common self-imposed sandbags and provide techniques for cutting them loose.
“Scott is hilariously funny and easy-going, making him a job to work with. I have heard nothing but rave reviews of his presentation. Our student LOVED him!”
– S.G. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NEVADA ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCILS
“Scott’s genuine character and affable personality are always present on stage and pair perfectly with his unmatched wit and exuberance. There is never a dull moment – you are captured at the start and engrossed until the end – Scot is a job to watch on stage. This presentation married with Scott’s message make for the best motivational speaker I have ever seen.”
— C.H. STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMISSION, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
“I have worked in undergraduate education for over twenty years, and have participated in many new student welcomes and convocations at UCLA; I can say with the utmost conviction that Scott’s speech was by far the most compelling and entertaining presentation I have heard.”
– R.N. DIRECTOR, NEW STUDENT & TRANSITION PROGRAMS, UCLA
“We couldn’t be happier with your presentation to our student athlete population…Our young men and women were left with the motivation to work past their own mental blocks and to take advantage of every experience and opportunity as a student, athlete and person.”
— L.G., ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, STUDENT ATHLETE SERVICES, BOSTON UNIVERSITY