Your elevator pitch is a commercial illustrating what you can do for others. It is your personal branding
tool. But what is your pitch really saying?
Picture this: you are in a room full of 50 people with whom you want to do business. It’s almost your turn to do your elevator pitch. You’re starting to sweat and you can’t remember what you were going to say! Here it is – your opportunity to shine, to be brilliant and you can’t remember your own name. That’s an awful feeling.
Wouldn’t you love instead to feel empowered by your pitch? I always get applause – even standing ovations for my elevator pitch. And I have so much fun doing it! I actually get clients on the strength on my elevator pitch. Wouldn’t you love to get that kind of positive reinforcement and that easy, open pathway to new clients?
You can with the right tools and training.
- There are a couple steps to building a rock solid foundation for a successful elevator pitch…
You can’t brilliant when you If you suffer from the public speaking jitters, here’s some great tips to calm you down.
- Your body language tells others a load of information. Be aware of what your body language is saying.
A brilliant elevator pitch is a commercial that opens a clear pathway to your ideal clients. It is the
beginning of a conversation with a room full of people. Your pitch is your most powerful branding tool.
5 Elements of A Brilliant Elevator Pitch
- Grabs attention immediately
- Fun, funny, entertaining, interesting or maybe even shocking
- Illustrates clearly and succinctly what you do for others
- Delivers pertinent information quickly and clearly
- Concludes with a call to action
Your pitch can be brilliant too. Your Brilliant Elevator Pitch shows you exactly how to stand out from the crowd and be remembered.
BIO: Sally Morgan, speaker development trainer, helps executives to achieve unshakeable confidence, expert status and establish credibility through powerful communication skills. She bridges the chasm between how most folks are raised to communicate and how a businessperson needs to present for success.
The goal for all clients is to align verbal articulation and physical presentation with knowledge base and expertise. Ideas, concepts, arguments and the ever-ready joke become clear and tangible communication that elicits respect and response.
You can see and hear some of Sally’s clients on Broadway stages, Off-Broadway, in Regional Theater, on Major Label Recordings, the Conan O’Brian show, A Prairie Home Companion and in Federal Courts, the PA House of Representatives, and the U.S. Senate.
She is the author of Sing Like You Speak™, 125 Secrets to Help You Speak Like a Pro and Accent Modification for Dental Professionals; actress, singer/songwriter and most of all an expert vocal trainer.