Scott F. Paradis

Change Agent and High Performance Trainer

A native of New Hampshire, Scott grew up in Pelham and lived a number of years in the Lakes Region before serving on active duty with the United State Army. Now retired from the Army Scott strives to simplify the complex and uncover and share fundamental, enduring truths. Scott has devoted his life to studying and applying high performance habits to help individuals and organizations achieve spectacular results in the areas of HEALTH, WEALTH and RELATIONSHIPS.

Scott is a dynamic Speaker, Teacher and Trainer focused on empowering people by changing perspectives, enlarging awareness and promoting the awesome potential of the individual. Currently he is emphasizing prosperity consciousness with MONEY, The New Science of Making It and wellness solutions through High Performance Health and Fitness Habits.

Scott retired from the Unite States Army at the rank of colonel, after over 30 years of service. Army Assignments Included: Department of the Army, Pentagon, Strategic Communications and Legislative Affairs; Multi-National Corps Iraq, Counter Improvised Explosive Device Task Force; Operation Joint Endeavor in the Balkans. Military Awards Include: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Achievement and Service Medals. Military Education: Senior Service and Command and General Staff Colleges, Combined Arms and Services Staff School; Civil Affairs, Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced, Airborne, Air Assault, and Northern Warfare Instructor courses.

Scott served as a National Security Fellow with the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and as a Congressional Fellow with the United States Senate.

Scott holds a Masters of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of New Hampshire.

Scott has published seven books:

MONEY, The New Science of Making It

High Performance Health & Fitness Habits, Engage Your Health & Fitness Auto-Pilot

High Performance Habits, Making Success a Habit

How to Succeed at Anything, In 3 Simple Steps

Success 101 How Life Works - Know the Rules, Play to Win

Warrior Diplomats Heroes, Why America's Army Succeeds - Lessons for Business and Life

Promise and Potential, A Life of Wisdom, Courage, Strength and Will

A screenplay: Build Me A Son and produced a choral music album: Sounds of America.

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