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The NEW Elevator Pitch by Chris Westfall

The NEW Elevator Pitch

by Chris Westfall

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Do you have a product or service, business proposal, or innovative idea that you need to offer? The author, a national champion in giving the elevator pitch, describes the elements of the pitch and how to deliver your message with tact, relevance, and authenticity. The elevator pitch is a term that refers to proposing an offer in order to meet a need and inspire action with focus on your prospect or audience within a few minutes time frame. The pages include QR codes which are linked to YouTube videos with example pitches and websites for further information. Exercises for applying the information learned in each chapter are also included for your practice. [Read in 2013]
  RosidivitoM | May 13, 2013 |
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"In today's environment of overstimulation, sometimes the most challenging task is simply to capture someone's attention.  Whether you are seeking a job or even a first date, creating a compelling first interaction with someone is deceptively difficult.  The New Elevator Pitch is a critical resource to help you create breakthrough communications when it matters the most."
            - Carol Roth, Recovering investment banker & New York Times
   bestselling author of  The Entrepreneur Equation
"Chris gets it... being persuasive is about building relationships, and delivering the right message at the right time."
            - Ted Rubin, Chief Social Marketing Officer of Collective Bias and    
   Author of Return on Relationship

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