Determined to associate himself with as many kinds of people as possible, Stephen Scoggins has personally worked with countless people, including notable influencers, professional athletes, pastors, entrepreneurs, C-Suite professionals to soccer moms, students, and everyone in between.
Fueled by hope, prayer, and a second-chance opportunity, he launched an approaching-nine-figure construction company at twenty-two while sleeping in a borrowed friend’s car.
The Life Mastery System creator is not an overnight success. Just like any other entrepreneur, Stephen Scoggins went through unthinkable challenges before he became the owner of six thriving companies. Having been in the business for over 20 years, he has successfully braved numerous business difficulties that even threatened the economy and has always managed to come out victorious. If there is one thing that Stephen is popularly known for, it is that he never gives up easily. He is the living proof that life can be so much better for someone who slept in a borrowed friend’s car after launching a 9-figure construction company at the age of 22.
or 43 years, he has handled various setbacks, obstacles, failures, losses, breakdowns, comebacks, and successes in a giant stride. He applies the lessons that have worked for him transparently to help others become successful too.
When Stephen tells his story, a part that nobody can miss is how he launched his construction company when he had no home and slept in a car that he borrowed from a friend. His success was hinged primarily on the support he got from his mentors and a second chance to fix things in his life.
Stephen Scoggins’ story was one of the humblest beginnings. He was sleeping in a borrowed car at the time he started his construction company. He hoped and prayed for a breakthrough, and today, his company is nearing a nine-figure valuation. His way of paying it forward is through The Journey Principles Institute, which exists to help people break free and become unstoppable in every area of their lives and businesses.
When Stephen was 16 years old, his father’s employer pulled him aside without any warning and started giving him unsolicited advice. The insights he gathered in that single encounter made him realize later in life how important it is to have a mentor, someone who speaks the truth and who is not afraid to make a correction when it is necessary. One of the notable things that his father’s employer mentioned was the importance of personal development as an instrumental in achieving success in life and in business.