Jason Graziani was born and grew up in Southern California. He was raised by a single mother who became permanently disabled when he was 12 years old. After becoming the head of household and having to take care of his two younger brothers, Jason learned the importance of leadership.
Determined to support his family financially, Jason was instructed to “Get good grades, go to a good school, and get a good job.” He studied business at the University of Southern California and became the first in his family to graduate college. However, Jason will note that his best lessons were taught to him outside of the classroom- through manual labor working on moving trucks!
Upon graduation, Jason excelled quickly through the management ranks in corporate America. As one executive puts it, “Everything Jason touches turns to gold.” Mr. Graziani soon realized however that even though he had a “good job,” his dream of becoming financially independent would not be a reality. Student loans, mom’s medical bills, and the increasing cost of living left Jason searching for another way.
Entrepreneurship was the answer. Jason began studying financial services on evenings and weekends, inspired to go into business for himself. After one year, he went full-time as a self-employed agent. By his third year, he retired his mother at the age of 25.
Mr. Graziani earned many accolades servicing clients and coaching agents, but he wanted to be a part of a bigger cause. In 2011 he joined Patrick Bet-David, CEO and Founder of People Helping People Agency, a company dedicated to Saving America through free enterprise and financial education. He currently holds the rank of Senior Vice President as a co-owner of PHP Agency and resides in Dallas, Texas.
Jason attributes his success to his unwavering faith in God and the love and support of his family.
Since childhood, Jason Graziani has been motivated by a cause he calls “fighting for the little guy.” Having witnessed instances of the abuse of power both at home and in the workplace, his desire to protect those who might easily be taken advantage of often prompted him to excel in leadership positions. The team he currently leads, Excellence In Building, adopted the motto “Serve people, treat them right.”
Jason sees his leadership role as a responsibility to champion the growth and development of human beings. Whether educating underserved families about the financial principles critical to their futures, coaching entrepreneurs to become successful business men and women, or delivering bold and transformative messages from stage, he is in constant pursuit of building people into strong and prepared individuals who can tackle today’s challenges and create a better tomorrow.
In an effort to not offend others, our society has adopted a view of political correctness which has silenced the boldness that was once exhibited in America’s leaders. Jason is a voice for individuals who want independence through free enterprise. He believes that rather than relying on education, employment, and government support, one can find success through personal development, self-employment, and work ethic.
Our nation faces many crises today which develop and worsen in an absence of leadership. From rising international tension, to hampering polarization over party lines, to the breakdown of American neighborhoods and households, it is imperative for leaders today to stand and fight for what they believe in. Jason believes that in the constant fight of good vs evil, one must make a conscious effort to fight for what is good.
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