Get your elevator pitch fit for purpose

The first and most important speech you will give.

  • Do you hate networking because of the 60-second pitch?
  • Do you find it difficult to tell people exactly what you do?
  • Does the words you use feel wrong when you say them?

Then you need to get your 60-second business introduction right.   

The right pitch will ensure that you get the clients you want to work with and people you are talking to will know exactly what you do and want to work with you.

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I bet you have watched speakers and thought - WOW I wish I could speak like that, or , WOW that is so bad. A great speaker can influence and direct an audience to do exactly what you want them to do. By understanding how to master the art of public speaking, you can become a speaker who engages with their audience, is clear with their message and confident in front of a group of people.

Bev was brilliant and tutored me in writing a winning 60 second pitch plus coached me should I need to do an acceptance speech for Venus.. which made all the difference as I did win and was a nervous wreck... but her advice kept me grounded. Looking forward to our session on delivering online sesions. Bev you are a passionate and knowledgeable orator and I can't Thankyou enough.
Dawn Crossingham
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Bev Hepting

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