- Achieve through Affirmations: Attitude Determines Altitude
- Goal Setting is Key: The Dynamics of Goal Setting
- Turning Ideas into Reality
- Start your Business with $0 Dollars
- Cultivating the Mind: Building Courage and Confidence
- Developing a Positive Mentalitism
- Black History Moments
- The Power of Positive Thinking
- How to Water the Seed Within: Enthusiasm As A Second Language
Howard J. Scott motivates and inspires people from many walks of life.
Howard has appeared on numerous radio and television programs. He has been featured in dozens of newspaper and magazine articles, including Black Enterprise magazine, Ebony Magazines’ annual issue “30 Leaders of the Future,” and The New York Times. The Star Ledger featured Howard as a lead cover story which included Tony Robbins, Mario Cuomo, Barbara Walters, and other great motivational speakers.
Working in tandem with small businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, agencies and educational institutions, Scott is able to encourage individuals on all levels. Incorporating savvy know-how, modern technology, and global networking as a means to stay on top of things, Scott has managed to transcend obstacles and setbacks where many others have failed.
Today, whether Scott is speaking from a platform of Prevention or Intervention, Scott has a way of helping individuals discover their genuine gifts, and hidden talents.
Scott specializes in programs for youth who are neglected, delinquent, or at-risk, he also provides programs for adults, faculty, college students, as well as entrepreneurs.
Scott motivates his participants to discover their true passion which can lead to true happiness and a more fulfilled and productive life.
He tells an interesting story about the black coin. In fact, there are two coins, of which I own, Booker T. Washington minted in 1946 and
Booker T and George Washington Carver (a double bust) minted in 1952.
There is a story I wrote which was published in New Jersey’s largest daily newspaper (The Star Ledger) as well as in Twin Visions Weekly, where he served as Editor in Chief since its inception in 1995.
Books by Howard John Scott