What is the Difference Between a Rich Man and a Poor Man?

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Stephen Scoggins has been referred to as an empowering communicator who educates audiences on how to heal from their past, grow where they are planted, then goes out to help others do the same.

Coming from a broken home led him into a life full of failures and disappointments. With minimal income coming in for his family, he was forced to drop out of high school and go to work -- just to keep the electricity turned on. Roaches and Ramen noodles were Stephen's family's normal R & R time.

After training for a year for the U. S. military only to be rejected by circumstances never foreseen, he hit bottom. Taking off his shoes, climbing over the railing of an overpass, he attempted to do a nosedive into oncoming rush hour traffic. But at the last moment, he made a phone call to someone who spoke 11 words to him that changed his life forever.

As a homeless man, dumpster diving for food, Stephen birthed a business, Custom Home Interiors, which is now a multi-million dollar company, located in multiple states employing over 400 team members.

So.....What is the Difference Between a Rich Man and a Poor Man?

The way he thinks

Stephen also states: There is no such thing as failure -- only learning.

As a renowned speaker, Stephen's dynamic 'edge of your seat' delivery has given him the honor to share this incredible message of hope with organizations such as:

The United States Air Force

USO of North Carolina

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Step Up Ministries

WNCN News Station (NBC Affiliate)

A variety of podcasts, shows, and business associations

Stephen is a member of the John Maxwell Coaching team and a recipient of Dave Ramsey's 'Momentum Theorem' award.

As you listen to Stephen's interview, I guarantee you will be sitting on the edge of your seat and will definitely want/need to listen to this podcast more than once. What Stephen offers can change your life forever -- share it with anyone who is looking for a transformation to a better life.

Stephen shares so many tidbits of knowledge and experience that will encourage you tremendously.

158 episodes available. A new episode about every 7 days averaging 37 mins duration .