How To Pitch What You Do

How To Pitch What You Do

Learn to pitch yourself

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Kicest App
Feb 5, 2024·

2 min read

Learn to pitch yourself in the most pleasant way possible, it goes a very long way. Just as much as it speaks well of you, it also speaks well of your business. You can have all these done in less than 7minutes if done promptly yet intriguing. It can be done once a prospect is noticed perhaps in an elevator or on the walk or by the pool, just places with the shortest time attention.

A successful short pitch is all about delivering a clear, compelling message that highlights your business's value in a limited time. Focus on the problem, your solution, and the impact you make. Practice, be confident, and leave them wanting more!.

Here are some tips to get you started:

Hook 'em early:

  • Start with a bang: Grab attention with a surprising fact, a relatable anecdote, or a bold question. Make them want to know more.

  • Focus on the problem you solve: Don't just describe your business; explain the pain point your customers face and how you alleviate it.

Keep it concise:

  • Elevator pitch: Aim for 30-60 seconds. Highlight your core offering, target market, and unique selling proposition (USP).

  • Short presentations: Prioritize key information. Focus on 3-4 main points and use visuals to support them.

Highlight your value proposition:

  • Explain what makes you different: How are you better than competitors? What unique value do you offer?

  • Quantify your impact: Use data, metrics, or customer testimonials to showcase your success and potential.

Call to action:

  • Tell them what you want: Do you want funding, partnership, or early adopters? Be clear about your desired outcome.

  • Make it easy for them: Provide contact information, a website link, or a specific next step.

  • Practice your pitch: Rehearse your delivery to ensure it's smooth and confident.

  • Know your audience: Tailor your pitch to their interests and needs.

  • Be passionate and enthusiastic: Your energy is contagious and can make a big impact.

  • Use storytelling: Weave a narrative that connects emotionally with your audience.

  • Keep it simple: Avoid jargon and technical terms. Focus on clear, concise communication.

In conclusion, try not to be shy, one step at a time, one word at a time yet concise, be confident yet not rude or with commanding tone and it would eventually work out.