Welcome to EndAverage.

I’m your host, Ryan Hansen.

What’s the goal?

The goal here is to live with intentionality, keeping eternity in mind. It breaks my heart to see so many people in my generation drifting through life without a purpose that glorifies God.

We will explore┬áthe barriers we need to break down by searching for Biblical answers. We will discuss growth habits that will guarantee progress in our lives. Let’s unlock the passions and talents you were born with, and grow them. An active and growing walk with God is the fuel that will keep you motivated to press on, even when things get tough.

How do we do it?

Buckle up, because change definitely isn’t easy or pleasant. If you’re willing to join me on this journey, you’ll find a renewed sense of purpose, confidence, and peace in your faith, your relationships, in health, and even in your finances.

We desperately need men to step up to the leadership they are called to in our homes, communities, and in our churches. I want to see a League of Imperfect Gentlemen rise up, man up, and change the world. We will do this by equipping men to get their own lives on track, and then to help the next generation up by leading by example and mentorship.

What next?

Stop sitting around and waiting for life to happen. You took the first step in the right direction by coming here, the next one is to sign up for the newsletter so you can stay updated with all the new content coming out.

Let’s end average together!

Ryan Hansen

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3 Comments

  1. Your blog was highly recommended by another woman in our Bible study today, and I’d like to sign up to receive it.

    • Of course! I appreciate it – consider yourself added! You will receive the next posts directly to your email inbox when they come out. That’s generally every other Thursday.
      I’m glad to have you aboard!

      Ryan Hansen – Founder, End Average

  2. Thanks for plowing through a lot of stuff that men really need to develop in their lives. I know that this work represents years of trial and error. And since I’m also your dad, I have the additional insight of knowing the heart behind this effort. I’m off-the-charts proud of you son!!
    As a pastor of a church I can testify to how difficult it is to develop a solid ministry that appeals to men. We guys tend to do better with projects working shoulder-to-shoulder rather than sitting around in a study context. But we need both. And our younger men are desperate for honesty and transparency… and they often come into adulthood without being adequately parented or fathered themselves.
    You can’t give away what you don’t have. So figuring out what it means to be a responsible, connected, and thriving man of God needs to be at the top of your priority list. Ryan offers some exceptional tools to move you in that direction… and help other guys in the process.
    Since I never met a man who wants to ends his life living a mediocre or average existence, my hat is off to you for bumping so many guys in the right direction.
    Way to go Ryan!

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