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how to pitch to investors

Give Yourself and Your Pitch the Greatest Opportunity to Succeed


You have a tremendous product/service that addresses a current or upcoming problem. You are the person/team to build the company that provides the solution. However, if you cannot convincingly convey this information, odds are that you are not going to get others to help/fund you. If this is unfortunately the case, you’ll be the business equivalent of the screenwriter who has a spellbinding script for a blockbuster movie that never gets made.


So how do you successfully create, develop, and deliver your information?


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engage your audience

Engage Your Audience With a Public Speaking Benefits Package


Whether you’re speaking to one person, 10, or 1,000, grabbing your audience’s attention from the very beginning is recommended. Actually, it’s essential. Without doing so, you’re not going to be able to serve your listeners as effectively as you could.


In this short article, you’re going to learn how to …


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ultimate public speaking principle

How the Ultimate Public Speaking Principle Benefits All


You may have seen articles and books that feature such titles as The Seven Principles of Public Speaking, The 12 Innumerable Laws of Public Speaking, andFive Fundamental Truths of Delivering Presentations. All such items contain valuable information. But in this article, I want to boil the advice down to …


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Memorizing Your Presentation … Or Not


Trying to memorize an entire presentation is not easy nor is it suggested. Yet many people try to do just that. Please do not.


At this time, you might be wondering how you’re supposed to deliver a presentation without memorizing it. Well …


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Captivate Your Audience From Word One


Recently, I listened to a podcast of one of the better-known speakers of our time. It was very enlightening … until.


When he mentioned how to open a presentation, he suggested that you first thank the person who hired you to speak and then tell the audience something like …


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