Do These Coupons Belong to You?

Do These Coupons Belong to You?

I am cleaning out our rental car we have had for the past three weeks and I come across a tiny treasure. It’s a coupon book that is obviously expired but still has meaning to someone. These make me smile because when I was a kid I did the same thing for people I loved (plus, who has the cash to buy christmas gifts when you are six?). 

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I did not show all the coupons but if these belong to you, please tell me what type of cheese the last coupon is good for (only the true owner will know). If you would like to help the person find these coupons please share this article so we can return them to the proper owner.

As a speaker you use your voice to make a difference. You can use your voice in many ways to help out; being on stage, doing a podcast interview or writing an article. Today I am speaking out for all those kids who make coupons for their loved ones and for all the loved ones who still carry those expired coupons around with them! I want to see if we can get this treasure back to it’s rightful owner.

Happy Holidays everyone and may you get everything you want from your kids this year! As always…

Dream BIG,
Ryan

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At age 25, Ryan Avery became the youngest World Champion of Public Speaking in history; competing against more than 30,000 people from 116 countries to claim the 2012 Championship title. As an Emmy Award winning journalist and a proud member of the National Speakers Association, Ryan uses his background in multimedia and speaking to help reach the younger generation on the importance of improving their communication skills in order to advance in their professional and personal life.

2 Comments on "Do These Coupons Belong to You?"

  • Monty Ray Davidson says

    Ryan,
    A nice reminder of what this time of year is all about.
    You and Chelsea have a Blessed Holiday season.

  • Marc Gabris says

    Touching post : ) I made a bunch of these for my family. My staples were things like back rubs, dishes, trash take out, and a project of their choice (that was always a gamble).

    I hope you have a wonderful Christmas Averys!

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