- Surrender’s deeper meaning unveiled
- Kute’s internal debate against his father’s path
- Encounters that reshape life’s journey
- The profound impact of death’s reality
- Embracing surrender as the path to freedom
- Learning to listen to life’s deeper calling
07:51 – 07:59 “At 18, that’s when I would say the foundation of my life was set, because I felt my soul calling me to go to America.”
08:34 – 08:41 “I think sometimes what your soul guides you to do doesn’t always make sense to your mind.”
12:33 – 12:43 “I got to a point where I, I, I found these managers, they managed Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Dolly Parton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jay Lowe, Backstreet Boys and more.”
15:06 – 15:15 “It has an awakening effect on one’s consciousness, a healing effect in one’s nervous system. And so I heard about the Camino 900 kilometers.”
15:30 – 15:38 “All of a sudden I see this guy, and this is how faith works. This is how when you are following your soul, the universe supports you.”
23:55 – 24:11 “You might not think you’re making a difference, but you are. And I had a conversation with a guy in the Camino that he doesn’t know. He’s still impacting my life 20 years later.”
31:43 – 31:52 “The truth is, we’re all going to die. You will die. You are gonna die. None of us know when that moment will happen.”
So, you’re trying to do it all. Sometimes, you’re soaring on success.
And sometimes, it all flat out sucks.
Managing work, relationships, finances, friends, day-to-day LIFE.
The “oh shit, I forgot…” moments are frequent and the shower epiphanies are getting old.
As High-Performers, we want to have it all, and feel good about it.
Like we are handling it well, achieving A+s on all accounts.
This podcast is going to take you into the minds of some of the world’s
Top Performers in Business, Relationships, Health, and Mindset,
and give you hands-on methods to move from feeling you’re merely managing your High Performance Life, to f***ing MASTERING it.
Yes, these conversations will be about Wealth, Productivity, and Influence.
But we’re also going to talk about Family, Energy, Impact, and Faith on the High Performance Life Podcast.
I believe deeply that it’s ALL important in understanding how stay on top of the Game of LIFE and consistently perform at the level you know you’re capable of. So join us on this imperfect journey. We’re just getting started.
As founder & CEO of Freedom Street Partners, Scott knows firsthand what it takes for entrepreneurs to serve their clients and make an impact in their communities while also ensuring their own freedom and happiness.
Although a high income is often the by-product of success, Scott encourages high performers to focus first on L.I.F.E. (an acronym representing love, impact, faith and energy), and understand that, from there, the money will follow. He believes we all can make a greater impact when these four critical components of our lives are focused on and in symmetry.
Scott is the cofounder of the Chesapeake Virginia Wine Festival, which has donated more than $2.5 million to local charities. He and his wife, Adrienne, a kindergarten teacher, have two teenaged sons.
Scott’s show digs deep into what it takes to have high performance life with amazing guests sharing all the tools needed.
The HPL Podcast is a wide ranging conversation about things that I didn’t expect but when we take apart this notion of LIFE, as love, impact, faith and energy, it’s well worth your time!
this guy lives and breathes high performance. So if you think that you’ve got another level in your life, and this is the year that you’re going to do it, check out the High Performance Life.
because it’s so important to learn how to love those around you to make sure that you’re maximizing your unique talents to give impact to the world and to have faith while you’re doing it and make sure you show up with energy. L.I.F.E, you got to have that all of that.
Scott is interviewing some amazing individuals and sharing information that’s going to absolutely positively improve all aspects of our life, our family, our mindset, our kids, and our legacy.
not so much war stories which I’ve told in the past many times but more relatable topics, methodologies, tools, philosophies, ideas, and about living concepts that are relatable to literally anybody and everybody regardless of their walk of life.