Navigation-free retrospective motion-correction typically requires estimating hundreds of coupled temporal motion parameters by solving a large non-linear inverse problem. This can be extremely demanding computationally, which has impeded implementation/adoption in clinical settings. We propose a technique that utilizes a single rapid scout scan (Tadd=3sec) to drastically reduce the computation cost of this motion-estimation and create a pathway for clinical acceptance. We optimized this scout along with the sequence acquisition reordering in a 3D Turbo-Spin-Echo acquisition. Our approach was evaluated in-vivo with up to R=6-fold acceleration and robust motion-mitigation was achieved using a scout with differing contrast to the imaging sequence.