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Jason Jean: As long as my eyes open every morning, life’s good.

Keri Roberts, host of Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things, had a great conversation with Tattered Beans founder Jason Jean about a variety of topics, including his first cup of coffee. Not all coffee is created equal, and six-year-old Jason found that out when he had some of his dad’s… who took his coffee black. Jason’s taste has seen evolved and led him to create a coffee line that gives back to veterans, active duty military, and first responders. Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts and hear more about Tattered Beans and Jason Jean! 

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Tattered Beans welcomes Envoy/Athlete Jason Wood

But there's a reason that the road is long. It takes some time to make your courage strong. -Hard Love by NEEDTOBREATHE   Through and through, Jason Wood is an athlete at heart. He pushes himself every single day to be a better person, physically and mentally. From growing up playing football to being a current Spartan athlete, he’s always wanted to excel with a next level attitude. But it hasn’t always been that easy, and that’s why it means so much now. Jason Wood grew up in Virginia with hardworking parents. He played football through high school, looking up to 49ers greats Joe Montana and Jerry Rice. College wasn’t something he thought a lot about until his sophomore year...

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Tattered Beans is excited to announce Bobby Henline as a new Envoy

But the struggles make you stronger, and the changes make you wise. And happiness has it’s own way of taking it’s own sweet time.-Gary Allan, Life Ain’t Always Beautiful  Bobby Henline is inarguably an American hero. He served in the United States Army not once, but twice. He’s a Purple Heart recipient with a story that would make most people want to give up. Not Bobby. He is thriving and pushing inspirational limits with his incredible journey. Has it been easy? Hell no. But it has shaped him into the incredible person he is today.  Like most young men, Bobby was adventurous, to say the least. At 17, he and hisuncle, who was merely six years older, decided to change...

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