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How to write a great Elevator Pitch?

    • 62 posts
    January 14, 2009 12:53 AM EST
    I loved it
    Good article

    Jmes

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    January 17, 2009 9:29 PM EST
    Great Input; i will definitely be using that in future.

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    January 16, 2009 3:31 AM EST
    great article thanks for sharing. I`m a big fan of the Purple Cow concept.

    http://www.themcompanies.com/blog/the-purple-cow-branding-experiment/

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    January 13, 2009 11:46 PM EST

    There are two things that an entrepreneur can never get enough of - customers and resources. While a typical characteristic of an entrepreneur is to always be scanning for such things, few understand the importance of a well crafted Elevator Pitch in translating the serendipity (chance meetings, fate, luck) of life into these precious acquisitions. Here is a template to help you craft yours.Elevator Pitch

    NVArchitect1/14/2009 5:46 AM
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    January 18, 2009 2:32 PM EST
    Thanks Craig for the tip on Lorraine Howell.
     
    She makes some good points that I missed, so I will go back and adjust my article and include a reference to the video & book.
     
    Curmudgeon?  "A curmudgeon often has a black sense of humor. They don`t just complain about things, they do it with flair, style, panache, satire, and a sardonic view of life! That`s what makes them memorable. They also, deep down (very deep down), believe that by saying something about it, life will change. Saying even more about it will hopefully make life change faster and sooner."
     
    Yep CraigL - I think you have found your true profession.
    NVArchitect1/18/2009 9:07 PM