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JASON HARDIN: From Survivor to Boss



Jason Hardin's life has been marked by numerous obstacles, including pediatric cancer, poverty, addiction, homelessness, neglect, bullying, abuse, discrimination, community violence, domestic violence, and legal problems. But Jason's determination to succeed and his unbreakable spirit have propelled him to become a successful writer, speaker, mentor, advocate, and entrepreneur.


At the early age of six months old, Jason was diagnosed with esthesioneuroblastoma, a rare and deadly tumor that forms in the nasal cavity. Doctor's told Jason's parents that he would most likely not live to see his third birthday. However, Jason defied the odds and became the longest living survivor of this disease, thanks in large part to his lifelong oncologist and mentor, Dr. Jordan R. Wilbur.



Throughout his childhood and adolescence, Jason faced numerous challenges, including homelessness and addiction. But he refused to let his circumstances define him. Instead, he focused on his passions and interests, which included writing, public speaking, and community advocacy.


Today, Jason is the creator and host of "LIFE OF A BOSS The Podcast," where he shares his story and the stories of other successful individuals. Through the podcast, Jason aims to empower others to take control of their lives and reach their full potential, no matter what obstacles they may face.


In addition to his podcast, Jason is also the founder of the popular Pasadena-based clothing line, MADE IN DENA. The brand stands for original designs, resilience and a positive attitude, which are some of the values that Jason promotes through his platform.


Overall, Jason's story is one of perseverance, determination, and an unwavering spirit. He has faced numerous challenges throughout his life, but he has never given up on his dreams. Instead, he has used his experiences to inspire and empower others to overcome their own obstacles and achieve success.




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