How To Sell Yourself Under One Minute

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sell yourselfEver been asked what you do for a living and been stuck for an answer? Or found yourself stumbling over your response trying to sum up everything you do in a few sentences?

You’re not alone. Most people dread having to give their “elevator pitch” at networking events. Often, they don’t put much thought into it and waste a valuable opportunity.

Most elevator pitches last for 30 seconds, and for those 30 seconds all eyes are focused on you. You can say 

whatever you want: showcase what makes you unique, talk about your product, or a promotion, or a new service. A good pitch can win you new business faster. But most people get it wrong.

Quoting Louis Pasteur “Fortune Favors The Prepared Mind”, so let’s get you ready by listing the most common errors people make when preparing their elevator pitch and how to avoid them. 

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Kerry Cathers has been working with small- and medium-sized businesses to improve their communications for over 20 years. Along with style, she brings clarity, purpose, and strategy to business writing. She has created everything from blogs to media kits to LinkedIn profiles. Her clients include KPMG, Assante, and the British Governments’ Ministries of Defence, and Agriculture Fisheries and Food. Check out her website at www.editorsplusinc.com (or her LinkedIn page) or contact her for a consultation at editorsplus@gmail.com.

About Kerry Cathers

Kerry Cathers has been working with small- and medium-sized businesses to improve their communications for over 20 years. Along with style, she brings clarity, purpose, and strategy to business writing. She has created everything from blogs to media kits to LinkedIn profiles. Her clients include KPMG, Assante, and the British Governments’ Ministries of Defence, and Agriculture Fisheries and Food. Check out her website at www.editorsplusinc.com (or her LinkedIn page) or contact her for a consultation at editorsplus@gmail.com.

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