Ryan Avery’s Constitution and Obituary


1) GIVE BACK: I will use what money, time and talents I have been given and earned to make life more enjoyable for others. I understand in order to do this I must constantly read, learn, listen and grow in the areas I am passionate about. I understand in order to do this I must honor the body I have been given and take care of myself first. I must succeed at home with Chelsea before any corporation or business I own. I understand that in order for me to give the most I must live well below my means and save regularly. I understand I have the power and resources to let my family live their dreams and to support those in need.

2) GIVE THANKS: I will give thanks at the beginning of each day, everyday, before I eat, before I go to sleep and when I can for the things I have been given and earned, memories I have made and make and life I live. I understand that in order to do this I will need to take alone time everyday. I understand that I must travel the world to see what else is out there and to remind myself my way is not the correct way but the way that works for me. I understand I need to listen more than I speak. I understand that I have been given a life in which I have the power to influence people to live better lives and I must and will give thanks for this gift everyday whether I am helping one person or one million.

3) GIVE IT YOUR ALL: I will constantly work to grow my talents (speaking) and remain focused on things that help me and others grow while working everyday to stretch my spiritual, physical, emotional and mental self. I understand I cannot cut corners and I must never be a hypocrite. I understand it is ok to make mistakes just don’t make them twice. I understand in order to do this I must respect my physical body and mind. I must remain balanced, disciplined and will be ok with needing to reinvent myself. I will not only look to do things right but to do the right things. I will enjoy life and will enjoy relaxation in moderation and saturate myself in my passion.

Ryan Avery’s Obituary (1987-2103)

Ryan gave more than he took. He left the world better than he found it. He was an encouraging, supportive and loving husband to his one and only wife Chelsea. He was respected in his local and global communities and was a proud son, brother and friend. He loved his children and was a father other kids dream about having. Although he is no longer with us, his teaching will live on for centuries to come, helping people live a fulfilled life, give more to those in need and help unleash their unique passions and potential.

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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.

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