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nDash Writer Profile for Scott Smith


About Me

I have written over 2000 articles and interviews in more than 200 media, primarily about the best practices of top leaders (I've interviewed Bill Gates, Meg Whitman, Larry Ellison, Richard Branson, Barbara Corcoran, Howard Schultz, Pat Gelsinger of Intel, and Pam Nicholson of Enterprise Rent-a-Car, among hundreds). I have managed or owned a dozen small businesses, so I bring a hands-on perspective on what differentiates the best from the mediocre (which is 95% of all enterprises). I have also written 200 travel articles for 50 media, specializing in destinations with unique cultural and historic aspects, and I have reviewed dozens of top 4-star and 5-star hotels in-depth.

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My Writing Samples

Profile of Chris Nassetta, CEO of Hilton

We discuss how he helped make Hilton the best company to work for


Review of the 5-star Jefferson Hotel in Richmond

In 3000 words, I detail why this is the best hotel I've ever stayed at--and I've reviewed dozens of top ones around the world.


Interview with retail mogul Kathy Ireland

In the midst of the pandemic, how did her housewares brand thrive by helping retailers?


Travel destination Phoenix

I show readers why this is one of the most overlooked major city destinations.


How Mark Cuban achieved success

My interview with the most famous of the Sharks about the keys to his long-term success


South Africa changed my life

why this is my favorite destination in the world


Interview with founder of Four Seasons

How Isadore Sharp created the best of the premium hotel chains by any measure


Interview with CEO of Qualcomm

How it created a near-monopoly on the fundamental technology of mobile phones


How an entrepreneur created artificial humans

Chris Sakezles invented synthetic humans that provide better medical training and product testing than cadavers or live animals.


Content I Write