Feeding 1,000 Kids per Day with Success with Jeff Ragan


I’m so excited to have my friend and fellow masterminder, Jeff Ragan, on the show today. As the founder of KiZE Concepts, his story really showcases what it truly means to be generous. Seeing food as something that links us all together, he took a risk with his peanut butter “fudge-like” bar and founded KiZE Concepts in an effort to change lives through food, service and charity. why not try these out.

Jeff admits that the process has always had its challenges – especially since he knew nothing about running a business – but it’s been an enjoyable fight nonetheless because he knows he’s helping others (KiZE helps feed 1,000 kids a day in Haiti) and inspiring others to do the same.

Get ready for a knowledge- and inspiration-packed episode that will have you motivated to give more in all areas of life. Jeff’s energy is contagious and I can’t wait to hear what kind of an impact our conversation has on you!

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • What is one of your superpowers?
  • What is one thing you’re challenged by?
  • What is one of your favorite accomplishments?
  • Where did the idea of KiZE come from?
  • Were you a budding entrepreneur your entire life or did it begin in college?
  • Where did your generous and loving heart come from?
  • When did you decide to put your “fudge” into a wrapper to sell to people?
  • What was the toughest thing you had to overcome with your business?
  • Can you apply the 3E Principle to business?
  • Where did you get the skill set to build your company?
  • When did feeding 1,000 kids a day become a part of the KiZE mission?
  • Is it better to give out loud or give in the dark?
  • What’s next for KiZE?

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