How to create your own Low Ticket Revolution

How to create your own Low Ticket Revolution

There are a few things in this online business world that we can count on. Unrealistic promises… Being marketed to with the “get rich quick schemes”… and the chance to have your dream life on the beach. Um, yeah, no.

I first heard of this idea of the low ticket revolution from Annie Ruggles, the creator of many things, but most recently Repackage Your Brilliance. In my opinion, it is a beautiful repackaging of her own brilliance, laid out for you (and me) in a way that allows us to apply her genius to our brilliance. You don’t need to take my word for it, check it out for yourself and come back to let me know your thoughts.

What is a Low Ticket Revolution?

It’s the not so polite “no thank you” to the notion that we can only sell high ticket services and offers. Plain and simple.

I love being hired by small businesses and entrepreneurs to help them problem solve and systemize their...

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This article originally appeared on Miss Millennial Magazine on Sept 9, 2016. 

The pictures in this publication of the article are of me and my first child. The first photo is my high school graduation. The second photo is the day of my wedding. Before you finish that thought, yes, we are still married.

Things I'd like you to know about me as you read this article, 3+ years after I originally wrote it...

Since then I have done a ridiculous amount of stuff. You can find out more about what the heck I've been doing here. Thank you for taking a moment to read this! Now on to the article :P



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Storytelling in Your Business

Storytelling in your Business

Here are a few articles I've written on storytelling and what that might look like for you in your business. They may be centered around prompts, specific platforms, or storytelling methods.

Check out the youtube storytelling playlist here.

Creating a writing practice

One of the best ways to improve your writing or storytelling is to start journaling. You are your own worst critic so writing to yourself helps you practice for the “real” world. One of the great things about journaling is it can provide you with almost instant content. Many of my posts start out as journal entries.

By reflecting each day and writing out my thoughts, I give myself the opportunity to pick out the nuggets....

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