This episode with Jason Graystone is a very different one to what we are used to on ‘The School Run’ podcast, but it was an opportunity that was too good to pass up.  I found it fascinating, it really enforces my belief that there is something in sport out there for everyone.  Jason didn’t engage with sport or PE at school, but later found individual exercise and is something he continues to enjoy today.  For us, as educators, we need to find every child’s passion at school, so that they can find something active that they love. Moreover, traditional schooling is not for everyone and I find what Jason teaches fascinating and it is something that has transformed my own finances and outlook on life.

Jason helps people achieve true financial independence and live their most inspired life.

Jason Graystone started his first business at 22 years old. Since then, he has built multimillion-dollar businesses online as well as in the service sector.  As well as being a successful entrepreneur, Jason is a professional investor, speculator, and angel investor.

His love for investing allowed him to become completely financially free by the time he was 30 years old.  Jason has spoken on some of the world’s most reputable stages in the investing space as well as universities, schools, and for some large corporations including the MET police.

It was a fascinating insight into Jason’s experience at school, and his journey into what he does now.  The school system didn’t really help Jason to find his true calling in life, but it is one of his missions and passions to help find financial freedom through the lessons he teaches.

To find out more about Jason, check out his social media channels.

YouTube – JasonGraystone

Instagram – J_Graystone

Twitter – JasonGraystone

LinkedIN – JasonGraystone

Podcast – https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/always-free/id1457532367


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