CHANGE: If I Can, You Can®
The story of a man destined for as much turmoil as life can provide will keep you on the edge of your seat with each word. Travis Angry created his identity through childhood rebellion, dropping out of school, being in the military, fighting cancer, marrying, divorcing, raising children as a single father, obtaining a college degree, writing a memoir, and working as a professional speaker. Angry’s gift is showing others how to resolve fear. His mission is to help teenagers, parents, teachers, coaches, and youth group directors to understand their lives and use hope as a tool for positive change.
CHANGE: If I Can, You Can® provides hope to teenagers, parents, teachers, coaches, and youth group directors—by helping them to use hope as a tool for envisioning positive change for their lives—no matter their circumstances. Travis Angry went through and overcame it all: childhood rebellion, dropping out of school, being in the military, fighting cancer, marrying, divorcing, raising children as a single father, obtaining a college degree, writing a memoir, and working as a professional speaker. Angry’s gift is showing others how to find strength in adversity and resolve fear.
“Every generation for eons has looked to its youth for energy, intellect and progress. Many people feel this may be the first generation of Americans less well educated and motivated than their parents. Is anyone doing anything about this predicament? Yes –Travis Angry with his book and personal appearances. The most powerful role model is one who has most recently overcome the adversity faced by many American youth. Travis connects and his audiences correct. Given enough time and exposure, Travis will be an important influence on the next generation
of working Americans.”
“Travis’ story personifies the American ideals of self-reliance and perseverance. His deep faith in God gave him the strength to overcome some incredible odds. Younger generations face a complex world that will test their ability to succeed. Anyone who reads this book will know even the tallest obstacles can be overcome with faith and a resolve to never give up.”
“Travis shares from his heart the road of a young man who decided a life misunderstood wouldn’t be his excuse for being a failure. He now stands strong in the midst of life’s daily trials serving God, raising his two small children and pressing toward his passion for helping others.”
“Life has many challenges. Most of them come when you least expect them. Travis and I met right after we both had experienced a similar challenge at a similar stage of life. It was huge having a friend and brother to talk to about what he had learned and taken away from his battle with cancer. I think this book does a good job of documenting the trials Travis has gone through and what he’s learned from it all. I know it helped me seeing his attitude of how to make it through life’s storms and how to digest those trials and learn from them. It helped me back when we first met, and helps me today whenever things in life get tough.”
“Change is a beautifully written, transcendent story of self-discovery, self-discipline, and personal growth. It will be an inspiration to everyone who reads it; and for many, it will be the epiphany that changes their lives for the better.”
“Change: If I Can, You Can, is an autobiography of difficulties, drama, and determination. Travis’ story is a journey that youth, parents, and those who love and care for our youth will rejoice in, identify with, and find ‘hope, through. And, hope is the foundation of the change that transforms inabilities to ability, dysfunction to function, and losing to winning! A ‘real story’, a ‘real journey’ of struggle, and a ‘real life changed to be a change mentor for others.”
“Travis’ story is proof that the American Dream is still alive! With hard work, determination and perseverance overcoming many challenges he has become an inspirational figure to Americans, both young and old.”
“Travis Angry has written an at times brutally honest story. And through it all—even the darkest of times—there is the hope and promise of change. You’ll be inspired.”
youth inspirational/motivational speaker, military veteran, and two-time cancer survivor, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Public Administration and launched his inspirational youth outreach project, The Change Youth Project, in November 2011. Travis’s vision for Change: If I Can, You Can® serves as a catalyst to give youth resources and lifelong connections to help them deal with their difficulties and make positive life choices. His story of optimism and hope will be shared at youth conferences, speaking engagements, churches, schools, and various other outlets such as Change: If I Can, You Can Youth Conference and Dinner Gala 2018. Travis resides in Peoria, Arizona, as a single fulltime father with his two children, Tatiyana and DeVante.
holds a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education/English and has been a professional, freelance writer since 2003. She served as a contributing writer for six years to the Arizona Family News, a faith based monthly publication. Wendie continues to hone her skills in various areas of the writing field such as ghostwriting, aviation, and interviewing. Wendie is inspired by stories of valor and people who use their personal stories to overcome. She is a “Jill of all Trades” and specializes in creative writing, communications, education, poetry, event planning, and the nonprofit sector. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for future writing opportunities.
Fighting to Serve
Fighting to Serve is the first in a series of powerful books by Travis Angry designed to support his greater mission of helping youth and adults choose better lives for themselves. Look for the next book in his series, Fighting to Serve, coming soon. For more on his upcoming books and project, follow Travis Angry, Inc. on social media and don’t miss the next book release!
American Voters for Trump
The 2016 Presidential election brings one of the most trivial and controversial candidates in American history. His name is businessman, Donald J. Trump. Trump’s supporters are questioned and often barraged with hateful comments without them giving their side of the story. American Voters for Trump presents their point of view in its truest form: coming directly from the people. Travis Angry explores the various American voters for Trump and proposes his plan of “Why Not Me”.