I met Scot, facing a divorce, filled with unknowns and fears. In our first meeting, he looked at me intently, listening, taking notes. In my confusion, he remained calm, absolutely no judgement. He saw me, watched and read my words and reactions. His plan was forming already, his words clear and direct. It was easy to trust as he promised his dedication, integrity, and experience. And he delivered. His clear explanations formed a picture, easily understood. There was no urgency or force to make any decision. If he sensed any confusion, he stopped and backed up. Just a steady stream of honesty and encouragement; taking no orders from fear, nor allowing threats any airtime. Simply stated, he lives the reality that there is no substitute for experience. With confidence, he walked me through, looking at all parts of my life, lining them up for my future. As in most things, it is no secret you will perform about as well as you train. Scot trains exceptionally well!