9/15/21: Matt Scott diagnoses and reminisces about Arizona football
Welp... that's 14 losses in a row. But the Arizona Wildcats won't make it 15 when they host NAU this weekend... right? In this episode of Wildcat Country powered by Backcourt Marketing, former Wildcats QB Matt Scott joins us to diagnose what has gone wrong with this program and how they can turn it around, and remembers some of his favorite games in an Arizona uniform.
"As we all know for sure, we've got one go at it here. And it's important to take stock of that, it's a huge opportunity. There's a responsibility to do something with your life, and the challenges that we're all working to solve - be it big, audacious ones like climate change or small ones like how does this person that I just crossed at the grocery store feed their family today - they're all so big that you have to do it with other people." Matt Scott owns Causemic, a Portland-based agency which works with non-profits to help them spread their message and raise funds so that they can have greater impact. Listen in as he shares his story as well as the habits and practices that have helped him along the way.
Director of the Month: Darren Aronofsky w/ Matt Scott! - Episode 73
Darren Aronofsky is quite possibly the most depressing director in modern cinema, but is he misunderstood? What movie is ACTUALLY his best one and why all the Biblical allegories? We sit down with friend of the show Matt Scott to answer these questions and more. Ethan hates mother!. Austin defends The Fountain. And Matt Scott is still depressed from rewatching Requiem for a Dream. What's your Final Take on Darren Aronofsky? Let us know on Twitter!
#8- Matt Scott- US Paralympic Gold Medalist, Tokyo Bound, and Professional Wheelchair Basketball Player in Spain
The Wheel Print
Matt Scott or as I like to call him, "The One," has "Golden Thoughts" for Tokyo 2021. He shares his life, the challenges he had to overcome, and mostly, his joy of being a basketball player with us in this Wheel Print Podcast episode. It's a treat! Follow Matt Scott on Social Media: IG: @mattscott_fly Twitter: @MattScott_Fly
EPS 9: Terry Virts Talks to Matt Scott (professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts))
Down to Earth with Terry Virts
Matt Scott is a professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, where he teaches IMAX filmmaking. He has an extensive background in television as a producer, writer, and post-production supervisor, and is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America. Twitter: @AstroTerry Instagram: astro_terry
Everybody knows who Matt Scott is! From a very young age he caught the "theatre bug" and has been working regionally as an actor, director and teacher for over 25 years. Very beautifully he says: "We do theatre because we love it. Not for the money. But because we love it." In this episode we talk about how much you can learn from just watching other people work. Matt always encourages people to learn from the greats and classics because they can influence your work as an artist so much. Thank you so much for listening and supporting the podcast!
#19 - Dr. Matt Scott - Mask Off; What are they Hiding?
Soul Power to the People
We have the power. But if they divide us by race, religion, by pro or anti-vaccine, they divide us and divide us and divide us and you can’t find people to align with anymore.In this episode, you will learn about: The tyranny of government overreach and what Dr. Matt is doing to end it The hidden dangers of masking up and where to find more information How deaths were coded in Minnesota and how it affected the statistics of covid deaths V.A.E.R.S. What the Harvard study found out about the number of adverse injuries reported What Dr. Matt found out after reviewing the health records of Tess’ mom The danger of using spirituality to oppress, suppress and repress our humanity The dangers of the covid vaccine on babies and pregnant women Three T’s to wellness: thoughts, traumas, and toxins Soul Power To The People, with Soul Powered Executive Coach Tess Vergara, is a podcast intended to raise awareness on 'crimes against humanity' and inform us on how to rise above it so we can reclaim our Soul Power, and ultimately, what it truly means to claim our Divinity.About Our GuestDr. Matt is a 2017 graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. Prior to Palmer he attended the University of Wisconsin Platteville where he got his bachelor of biology with an emphasis in bio-health. While in undergrad, Dr. Matt was on the wrestling team and this is when he discovered chiropractic. While at Palmer he met an amazing woman who introduced him to a whole new aspect of healthcare that he had never known about. Dr. Matt began reading and researching as much as possible to learn about clean living and nutrition. He developed a passion for learning and along with his passion for helping people he strives to provide the best care possible.
Director of the Month: David Fincher with guest Matt Scott - Episode 59
David Fincher is meticulous, intense, and just next-level when it comes to directing. Ethan, Austin, and returning guest Matt Scott break down his directing style, what their favorite Fincher movie is, and go through a list of Fincher "almosts" that are prettttty wild. What is your favorite Fincher movie? Let us know on Twitter or Instagram!
Show Notes::30 – How Matt has stayed at the top of his game so long1:30 – Evolving his training as a mature athlete4:09 – Goal setting and winning gold in Rio6:29 – Culture of Team USA’s wheelchair basketball team and Matt’s role on the team 8:57 – Dealing with burnout or loss of motivation12:05 – What shapes Matt’s positive attitude 16:15 – How Matt thinks about retirement and his identity as an athlete 19:24 – The challenge of being present and sharing your life on social media 21:55 – Seeing visible vs invisible disability in everyone 24:17 – Matt’s experience competing for Team USA as a Black man27:48 – Being hospitalized in late 2018 and the recovery process to get back to the court 30:34 – Coming back from being in a coma to qualifying for Tokyo within a year32:08 – Decision to compete professionally in Europe 33:54 – Growth of the Paralympic movement and hopes for the future 36:07 – Introduction to wheelchair basketball and start of Matt’s Paralympic dream 37:42 – Advice for a young kid with a disability 40:02 – Goals and challenges for Matt’s fifth Paralympic Games 42:19 – Olympic or Paralympic moment in life
This week we have Matt Scott joining us on our podcast. Matt is the founder and storyteller-in-chief of Let's Care. Currently, he serves as the Global Community Lead and Storyteller for NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge (www.spaceappschallenge.org) through his work at innovation agency SecondMuse and is the Founder, Host, and Storyteller-in-Chief of Let’s Care (www.lets.care) where he has interviewed nearly 100 changemakers to-date through podcast series Let’s Care: 180° of Impact and social change docuseries 20s & Change (watch the trailer:https://youtu.be/4_2iCpCB510). In his career, Matt has reached approximately 250,000 people while leading storytelling campaigns for NASA, Digital Learning Day, Nike, Honda, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the US Agency for International Development, and more. Outside of this work. Matt is a speaker about grief and loss (as one of the moderators for Option B’s 25,000-member Coping with Grief group) as well as sexual assault, consent, and healthy relationship. To connect with Matt Scott, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or add him on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/mattscottgw). Or check Matt and Let's care out on Instagram! We hope you enjoy this episode! Follow us and get in touch with us on: Email: email@example.com Instagram: the_human_entrepreneur Facebook: @podcastthehumanentrepreneur Twitter: @thehumanentpod LinkedIn: @The Human Entrepreneur Enjoy!