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Over the years, Scott built a successful estate and tax practice and a nationally known Wealth Strategies Firm.
He now devotes much of his professional time working with a select group of financial Advisors who are looking to:
- Consistently attract and retain great clients
- Run a more efficient and profitable practice
- Elevate the client experience
- Drive enterprise value, and
- Deploy a scalable growth model
His coaching clients range from small boutique practices to a large multi-advisor RIA firm with over $2 Billion in assets under management.
Scott Hamilton graduated from Western New England College with a B.A. in Political Science in 1979. He earned his law degree from Western New England School of Law, in 1982. He is a Fellow of the Esperti-Peterson Institute Masters Program in Wealth Strategies Planning. He was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1983 and admitted to practice in the Federal District Court and the Federal Tax Court) in the same year.
In 2017 Scott became certified in a coaching methodology based on the best-selling book by Michael Port, called Book Yourself Solid. Michael’s books have been on the best seller lists of the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Publisher’s Weekly and have been selected by Amazon and 800-CEO-READ as “best books of the year.”
Scott is also certified as a coach with Pareto Systems. Pareto systems, led by Duncan MacPherson, has been providing proven business processes to successful financial and wealth management firms for over 20 years. Scott is currently deploying the Pareto process with several of his most successful clients. He has also been asked to lead the Pareto Certified Coaches Network.
Scott is married to Kim Hamilton (30+ years). Kim is a successful business owner in her own right. Together they have four children and 2 (soon to be 3) grandchildren.
Scott spends much of his free time playing guitar and songwriting. He published a CD in 2017 called 61and plays live around Chicago, including private donation-based house concerts to raise money for the local food banks.