Why Should I Be Your Instructor?
While I think that being qualified to teach others any given topic is important, I focus primarily on giving people sufficient argument, reason, and evidence for adopting new behaviors to improve their current circumstances. While I can do my best to prove my worthiness as a teacher, the test also lies in your ability to test out the concepts I teach and test them for yourself! As an individual, it is up to you to investigate through practice, experience, and your own research what I say to be true.
The last thing I want is to develop some sort of “cult” following filled with mindless zombie students who simply do what they are told without question. It is good to be a skeptic and good to validate whether or not something works with personal experience. I encourage you to put me to the test, tell me about your goals and sign up to The Social Solution e-mail list, for free, and I’ll show you some of the basics of my book and program.
- In my final year for a Bachelors of Science in Psychology & Sociology (Double Major) at the University of Houston.
- Previously a student of Stylelife Academy.
- Up-to-date knowledge of the latest scientific trends in social research, along with access to scientific journals as a member of academia.
- Previously a student affiliate of the APA (American Psychological Association) and APAGS (American Psychological Association of Graduate Students).
- Served as research assistant to the Self and Relationships Research Group at University of Houston.
- As a constant student of social arts, I seek to take an eclectic approach to learning and social skills, applying ideologies from thinkers like Ivan Pavlov, Albert Bandura, Albert Ellis, Gary Taubes & Mark Sisson, John T. Molloy, Nancy Etcoff, Erik von Markovik, Neil Strauss, and others – a mix of the scientific and the pragmatic.
I have written over 175 articles at my blog, Scott Free Thinking. Since starting the website in 2006, it has steadily grown in popularity, receiving approximately 20 visitors a day during its first few months to now receiving over 200 visitors per day on average. Scott Free Thinking’s purpose and mission is to provide resources to others for science-based self improvement. In my personal life, I have been an advocate for independent artists and creativity, participating in both community theater and independent media productions.
I leave it to you…