The Ramsey Personality Live Event Writer is responsible for taking the Ramsey Solutions principles and developing them into content that will be presented by our Ramsey Personalities live on stage.Writing great content for our live events is much more than putting words on paper. The content of a live event has the power to set the tone of the room and bring hope to everyone in the audience. The stories, teaching, and principles need to be communicated in a way that will have a positive impact on the lives of our guests.Additionally, each Ramsey Personality has a unique presentation style and voice and will need their content crafted to accentuate their storytelling strengths, while ensuring consistency with the Ramsey brand. Working with each Ramsey Personality to identify stories, humor, and narratives will be part of the crafting process.This includes working with our Ramsey Personalities on how they deliver their content from stage and offering feedback on how they can improve their storytelling and delivery.This writer will speak into workbook content, video elements, and overall attendee experience, ensuring that a consistent story will be portrayed throughout all of our live event assets. Alongside storytelling, this writer will also offer ideas when it comes to product pitches, ensuring optimal customer buy-in.Finally, we are always considering how our Live Events content can be used and repurposed in other formats, whether that be blogs, videos, or other products. Therefore, the content for Live Events needs to not only work well from stage, but also be flexible enough to be used in long-format publishing.Experience Required in:Live EventsKeynote Speech WritingPublic SpeakingSpeaker TrainingWorking with Public PersonalitiesWriting Teaching MaterialsEOE/M/F/Disabled
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I have an unusual way of looking at the world. My wife, Sharon, says I'm weird and truthfully—I am weird. But there's a reason. Starting from nothing, by the time I was 26 I had a net worth of a little over a million dollars. I was making $250,000 a year—that's more than $20,000 a month net taxable income. I was really having fun. But 98% truth is a lie, and that 2% can cause big problems, especially with $4 million in real estate. I had a lot of debt—a lot of short-term debt—and I'm the idiot who signed up for the trip. The short version of the story is that debt caused us, over the course of two and a half years of fighting it, to lose everything. We didn't tell anyone what was going on, but if we had to do it again, we would learn from the wisdom of others who have been through it. We soon learned that we were not the only ones at the bottom. Barbie and Ken (you know, the couple who appear to be perfect—perfect clothes, perfect car, perfect house) are broke, and I don't take financial advice from broke people anymore.