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15 Second Pitch

May 10, 2010

If you were challenged to pitch your business in 15 seconds could you do it? 15 seconds is the same amount of time it takes to brush your teeth, uncork wine, tie your shoe, or wash your hands. You could test yourself today and see how well you do. What you will discover is you either do or do not have an effective 15 second pitch ready to astound new contacts.

As women we have a hard time talking about our positive attributes. Describing our best qualities to someone makes us feel like we are boasting. Listening to someone else compliment us makes us uncomfortable. Acknowledging our own successes makes us wonder why we aren’t doing more. But in order to be successful as women entrepreneurs we have to become more comfortable listening to, receiving feedback and delivering the reasons someone should do business with us.

Laura Allen of 15SecondPitch.com will tell you to be successful in pitching your business to new clients, who could significantly change the path of your company in a positive way, means being comfortable explaining who you are, what you do, why you are the best at what you do and then asking for action. 

Today’s blog is to challenge you to test your pitch today and see whether or not it sounds effective. If not, work on creating a better pitch and test it out with other women to see how well it sounds. If you are confident with your pitch, then pick up the phone and make some sales calls today and make some money! At the end of the work day, as you enjoy your glass of wine, are tying your running shoes or are brushing your teeth as you go to bed, pat yourself on the back for creating and using a 15 second pitch that helped you grow your business today.

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