Cook the chicken over medium heat with the avocado oil, seasoning to taste with the paprika, garlic powder, honey, red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper. The above measurements are estimates. I usually play with the amounts of spices and flavors, tasting as I go. If the chicken is already cooked (like a Rotisserie chicken), I still fry it up in the pan with the oil and the seasonings so it really takes on that sweet, spicy, savory flavor.
While the chicken is cooking, you can prep your salads. Chop up the romaine lettuce, kale, roma tomato, broccoli, cucumber, and avocado. We are big eaters, so I serve the salads in mixing bowls. I put half of the romaine lettuce, spinach, kale, cucumber, and broccoli in each bowl.
Top each salad with tomato, black beans, corn, avocado, the cooked chicken, and Ranch dressing. Here is a tip I often forget: To keep them crunchy, save the tortilla chips for last (after you add the dressing), and crush them over the tops of the salads.