Since we spend so much time on the interwebs these days, we’ve gotten lazy about how we present ourselves at face-to-face functions.
There’s a whole world of prospects out there waiting to meet you. (If that makes you nervous, here’s more help for you — Business Networking the Right Way Will Grow Your Business Quicker and Your Small Business Network Is Very Important. But I digress.)
When you do attend Meetups and networking functions, or just happen upon a connection as you go about your day-to-day activities, it’s important you have an effective “elevator pitch” that rolls right off your tongue.Now, just because it’s called a “pitch” doesn’t mean it’s salesy.Click To Tweet
It really boils down to succinctly sharing what your business is all about — and the problem it solves — in a bite-sized sound bite.
But way too many people do it all wrong.
Have you ever met someone and still had no clue what they do after they introduced themselves?
Yep. Me too.
Take a quick 2 minutes to watch this video and learn how to perfect your elevator pitch so your prospects know right away how you can solve their problems.
What’s your elevator pitch?
I’d love for you to share it. Just hop over and share it on my Facebook wall. I’d love to get to know you!
Remember, it’s important people know you and what you do so they can “see” your prospect and help you grow your business.
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