Sell Your

STRENGTHS

And Buy Your

WEAKNESSES

— Dewayne Scott
Dewayne Scott is a writer, entrepreneur and visionary business leader.  

Dewayne spent the first 15 years of his career at Kroger Company before launching his first business, TDS & Associates. Two years later, he co-founded SRS Incorporated, named by INC Magazine as the 250th fastest growing business in the U.S. 

 

Since building two organizations, he now shares his learnings through keynotes and workshops. He has spoken at more than 50 government agencies, universities, conferences and churches; and is rather known for his unique presentation sketches, making it easy for his audience to visualize new concepts. 

 

Dewayne is now focused on sharing the uncomfortable, yet uncomplicated steps he took to build his brand through his recently published book, Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone.

Everyone has a comfort zone.

WHAT'S YOURS?

Do you feel frustrated in your job or career? Do you feel your faith treading water rather than going the distance?

 

Dewayne’s latest book release will help you identify and intentionally move outside of your comfort zones — helping you achieve what’s intended for your life. 

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SPEAKING & WORKSHOPS

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Every year, Dewayne travels the country sharing the life and business principles that have defined and propelled his career. Whether it’s inspiring people to step outside their comfort zones or helping businesses navigate leadership decisions, he has a story backed with actionable steps.  

Dewayne was the guest speaker for the NBIC 33rd Annual Awards and  Graduation Luncheon.

Dewayne is a visionary, proven thought leader always seeking to serve and find innovative approaches to accomplishing goals. He is a true servant-leader.

— Lisa McGee, Director, TN Meharry Medical College HBCU Wellness Project

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