Scott Carter

 

 
 
Over the years I have climbed and clawed my way out of crippling anxiety, deep depression and serious self-loathing. I had my own dark days and understand the struggle of feeling lost and alone. I’m a clinical therapist and self-improvement junkie. I offer the guidance to others that I do because . I’ve walked my own mile. I help others find their personal power and authentic life because I have found my own. The journey is a struggle but is completely worth it. I’ve spent the last ten or so years in the men’s work circles and I know the struggle well. As a therapist I know what men are struggling with and I see what they are missing. My mission is to be a beacon in a time when men are lost and no longer have a strong sense of identity. My goal is to also restore that sense of brotherhood and community that has been taken from us because when we stand together, we can do anything.
 
The Orion Way came in response of my years of experience working as a clinician and seeing males struggle more and more. The last four years, especially, have brought a massive decline in the over well being of males and I am tired of watching them fail. Standing by and feeling powerless is frustrating when I know there are so many men and boys out there that are good and deserving of help. I jumped on the opportunity to develop The Orion Way because there are giant gaps in the men’s work circles that I believe that I can fill. I am very familiar with my own struggle as a male and I’ve had a front row seat in the lives of others while they struggle without a positive place to turn. With each year, our environment becomes more and more hostile to males and it’s time for something better and it’s time for something different. I know what it’s like to walk those dark miles and feel like I’m doing it alone and I don’t want that for any other compassionate males.
 
 
What I’m working on:
 
Here at Orion, we are determined to practice what we preach. There is no arrival, only a process and a journey but those come with their own tremendous rewards. None of us have arrived, we still have our goals and desired growth.
 
The first and most important thing that I’m working on right now is my health and my fitness. I come from a family that has major health problems including obesity. I’m in far better condition than my dad was at my age in almost every regard but I am still having some health issues and need to lose 20 to 25 pounds before I get to my ideal weight. I am also using some special dieting to improve my health and energy levels while also losing weight.
 
The second thing that I’m working on is financial growth and success. When it comes to money, my life has been a bit of a paradox. I come from a poor home that values being frugal and discourages greed but men are success objects and we often find ourselves between a rock and a hard place in which we are judged by our success but we fear breaking out of mediocrity. I’ve decided that I want wealth and abundance and I don’t believe that there shouldn’t be any shame in that. I know the more money I make, the more people I will be able to reach and help but it starts with me changing my basic money habits, beliefs and attitudes so rather than focusing on making a lot more money I am focusing on exercising gratitude for what I have and changing my core beliefs about money and success.

 

 
 
Over the years I have climbed and clawed my way out of crippling anxiety, deep depression and serious self-loathing. I had my own dark days and understand the struggle of feeling lost and alone. I’m a clinical therapist and self-improvement junkie. I offer the guidance to others that I do because . I’ve walked my own mile. I help others find their personal power and authentic life because I have found my own. The journey is a struggle but is completely worth it. I’ve spent the last ten or so years in the men’s work circles and I know the struggle well. As a therapist I know what men are struggling with and I see what they are missing. My mission is to be a beacon in a time when men are lost and no longer have a strong sense of identity. My goal is to also restore that sense of brotherhood and community that has been taken from us because when we stand together, we can do anything.
 
The Orion Way came in response of my years of experience working as a clinician and seeing males struggle more and more. The last four years, especially, have brought a massive decline in the over well being of males and I am tired of watching them fail. Standing by and feeling powerless is frustrating when I know there are so many men and boys out there that are good and deserving of help. I jumped on the opportunity to develop The Orion Way because there are giant gaps in the men’s work circles that I believe that I can fill. I am very familiar with my own struggle as a male and I’ve had a front row seat in the lives of others while they struggle without a positive place to turn. With each year, our environment becomes more and more hostile to males and it’s time for something better and it’s time for something different. I know what it’s like to walk those dark miles and feel like I’m doing it alone and I don’t want that for any other compassionate males.
 
 
What I’m working on:
 
Here at Orion, we are determined to practice what we preach. There is no arrival, only a process and a journey but those come with their own tremendous rewards. None of us have arrived, we still have our goals and desired growth.
 
The first and most important thing that I’m working on right now is my health and my fitness. I come from a family that has major health problems including obesity. I’m in far better condition than my dad was at my age in almost every regard but I am still having some health issues and need to lose 20 to 25 pounds before I get to my ideal weight. I am also using some special dieting to improve my health and energy levels while also losing weight.
 
The second thing that I’m working on is financial growth and success. When it comes to money, my life has been a bit of a paradox. I come from a poor home that values being frugal and discourages greed but men are success objects and we often find ourselves between a rock and a hard place in which we are judged by our success but we fear breaking out of mediocrity. I’ve decided that I want wealth and abundance and I don’t believe that there shouldn’t be any shame in that. I know the more money I make, the more people I will be able to reach and help but it starts with me changing my basic money habits, beliefs and attitudes so rather than focusing on making a lot more money I am focusing on exercising gratitude for what I have and changing my core beliefs about money and success.
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