Hobart alum Scott Wittig ’94 has published his first book, “Holy It.” The book is designed to help readers identify and start acting upon the thing they know they should be doing but aren’t – what Wittig calls one’s “It.” He explains that everyone has their own “it” they should be following, whether that “it” is a purpose in life, a passion or just a project someone has been putting off.
After graduating from Hobart with a B.A. in psychology, Wittig pursued a career in the mortgage industry for 14 years, at which point he “got an itch” to do something bigger. After going through what he calls a journey of reading, coaching and growing, he identified his “it” as helping others achieve. Wittig went on to become the founder of doITgroups.com and Achieve IT Media, coaching companies that center around mastermind groups called “do IT groups” designed to help make a person’s “IT” happen. Currently, Wittig lives in Apex, N.C. with his wife, Jeanne, and two children.
While at Hobart, Wittig was involved in many campus activities and was a member of the soccer team.
The book was published in November 2009.