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Scott Duffy

Scott Duffy

Entrepreneur VIP
TV/Online Host, Keynote Speaker, Business Growth Expert

About Scott Duffy

Scott Duffy is a TV/online personality, keynote speaker and business coach. He began his career working for bestselling author and speaker Tony Robbins, and went on to work for several big media brands like CBS Sportsline, NBC Internet and FOXSports.com. Next, he founded Smart Charter, an online booking tool for private aviation, which was acquired by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group.

Today, Duffy is a champion for entrepreneurship. Through his television and online channels, speaking platforms and bestselling books, Duffy leads the conversations that spark new ideas, innovations and help the world's biggest brands break through to their next level. He has been listed as a “Top 10 Keynote Speaker” by Entrepreneur.com. He has spoken at the NYSE and provided commentary in numerous media outlets including CNBC, FOX News and CBS Radio. He is the co-host of Business & Burgers (Presented by Microsoft) and author of Breakthrough, which hits bookstores stores in the summer of 2018.

Books By Scott Duffy

Breakthrough

More From Scott Duffy

Success Strategies

7 Ways to Make Outsourcing a Success Time After Time

You can't do it all, but when you need to outsource some tasks, use these seven guidelines to get it right every time.
Partnerships

The 13 Factors That Make a Strong Partnership

If you're thinking of taking on a business partner, stop! Then review these 13 points you need to take into consideration before joining forces with a partner.
Ready For Anything

Are These 5 Tasks Part of Your CEO Job Description?

Make sure you're responsible for these five activities, and you'll watch your business grow.
Success Strategies

What Is Your Entrepreneurial Kryptonite?

Find out what's holding you back from business success by making these two changes to the way you run your business.
Branding

5 Steps to Take Control of Your Personal Brand

No matter what product or service you sell, as the owner of your business, you're really selling yourself. Follow these five tips to create a personal brand that connects with customers.
Team-Building

Creating a Tribe That Will Help Your Business Succeed

How to determine if you've surrounded yourself with the right people-and what to do if you find out you haven't
Partnerships

How to Work Successfully with Your Most Important Partner

Your spouse or life partner is probably the most important partner you'll have in your business. Find out how to make sure that you and your CVO, or Chief Venting Partner, are on the same page.
Change

How to Make the Entrepreneurial Economy Work for You

Find out why embracing -- rather than resisting -- change can help you succeed as an entrepreneur.
Ready For Anything

Essential Goal-Setting Tips From Mr. America

Once you have a clear vision of where you're going, you can figure out just how to get there.
Ready For Anything

5 Lessons to Follow as You Take Your Product to Market

Don't overly complicate things when launching your business. Instead, follow this advice from a successful entrepreneur so you'll do things right.
Ready For Anything

8 of the Biggest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Presenting to Investors

Whatever you do, don't say any of the following eight things when making a play for money.
Ready For Anything

6 Things You Need to Know About Your Investors Before You Ask for Money

Do your homework and get to know these six things about the people you're going to be borrowing money from.
Ready For Anything

2 Key 'People' Rules That Can Make or Break Your Business

If you follow these two rules, you'll be able to build a team that ensures your success.
Business Plans

Developing a Business Model That Works

Use these six tips to create the financial section of a business plan that will get your company off the ground.