‘No regrets’: CEO of ‘No Mercy’ podcast discusses his family’s loss

CEO of the podcast “No Mercy” has revealed he is planning to move his family to Texas in the coming months, after learning that the death of his father had left him “unwilling to see them through.”

Speaking at a conference in New York, Scott, the CEO of No Mercy, said he was still considering his options in a “very difficult time,” and that he is still considering moving his family out of his home state of Texas.

“I’m going to be leaving my home state, and I’ll be going to Texas,” he said.

“And that’s a very difficult thing for me to consider.

I’m trying to make the best of it, and at the same time, I think it’s a difficult thing to have to leave.””

I can’t take the risk of seeing my parents,” he added.”

It’s a tough situation to be in.

It’s a terrible situation to have my parents gone.

It has been a really difficult situation to come out of that situation.””

It was a terrible time, and it’s still a very tough situation for me,” he continued.

“But at the end of the day, I’m doing what’s best for my family, and that’s to be a good entrepreneur.

I want to help people make a better future.”

Scott has had a tumultuous couple of years, having been forced out of the company he founded in 2013 and later bought out for $7.5 million.

His wife, Jessica, was laid off from the company when he was CEO, and his youngest daughter, Hannah, left him when he became CEO.

Scott also announced on Friday that he was leaving his consulting business, Kroll Communications, to launch his own company, the New York Times reported.

The New York Post reported that the move would allow Scott to focus on his family, but that he didn’t have an exact timeline for their departure.

“When I have time, we’ll be moving,” Scott told the newspaper.

“We’re all in the process of figuring out exactly what’s going to happen.”

“This is a tough time,” Scott said.

“For the people that love me, I just want to be able to be with them, and to be at home, and not have to worry about them,” he concluded.