Program Length: 45-60 minute Keynote Dr Scott Massey understands the barriers that people face entering college and earning a college degree. At age 15 Scott was a high school dropout with no personal hope of attending college. With a high school GPA of 1.9 Scott entered community college at age 22 and while working full time eventually earned several college degrees including the PhD. This resulted in stunning personal and professional success including achieving full professor status and a national reputation in his field .Scott presents the concept of imposter syndrome for those nontraditional student facing upward climb toward achieving the American dream. Dr Massey leads participants in personal visioning to tap into each individuals professional dreams . Using a powerful three step process workshop participants self assess barriers to achieving his/her dreams and goals. Find completion of the session participants will: 1. Understand how imposter syndrome could sabotage personal success 2. Learn three powerful steps to achieve success 3. Learn proven learning skills to enhance academic success As a keynote or workshop presenter, Scott will walk you and your audience through the three steps needed to change your life direction for the better . As a former high school dropout his credentials speak to the credibility of his personal message Relevant Credentials: - PhD in educational leadership -MS degree in counseling -Certified physician Assistant - Author of a book involving his life story -Author of an educational book to enhance academic success -Author of 12 research articles related to educational outcomes and stress in graduate school -Presented over 75 times at academic conferences nationally and internationally -Tenured full professor at R1 university For availability and speaking fees, click “check availability” to send a message through SpeakerMatch .