- Former NCAA / NFL athlete
- Frequent media contributor on fatherhood
- Author of "The Dad I Wish I Had"
Freddie Scott has a history as a player in the National Football League, a pastor, youth counselor, public speaker, and author. He is the founder and president of Unlock The Champion, an organization dedicated empowering families and the teaching of fundamental life skills essential to successfully loving and leading your family. His most recent research has made him aware of the ... VIEW MORE
Transition Skills for Life & Family
In a world where the stresses and coping with sudden transition are pulling families apart, how do you keep yourself ... View More
Technology + Family
Technology is disrupting everything. Freddie will explore three technologies that impact how we communicate and ... View More
It Starts with You: It’s Time to Think Like a CEO
It Starts with You is about re-wiring people from a worker mindset to think like a CEO: fast, creative, and ... View More
Leadership + Reputation
In this fast paced world reputation has quickly become a persons’ most valuable asset, and is now more important than ... View More
- "Freddie Scotts' presentation on Champions at Home was straight to the point regarding the problems in many homes today. With single parent homes there is little stability, and less discipline. His examples were clear-?cut, and things we should have been doing, but took for granted regarding our spouse. Examples given in his presentation would be beneficial for troubled marriages, and families in crisis."
- Reggie Holmes, President NFLPA Former Players Detroit Chapter - NFLPA
- “Freddie did an outstanding job presenting to our Future Football Coaches at the AFCA Convention. I believe it’s the first time I’ve ever heard a group ask to stay and continue working with Freddie versus going to their next session! The information he provided was relevant, practical, and his presentation style was very engaging. I would not hesitate to invite him back to speak at other programs we conduct.”
- Ron Brewer, Assistant Director of Leadership Development - NCAA
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