Are you an entrepreneur? Have you ever been invited to a conference, university or church to share the secrets of your success?
Did you scratch your head and say, “dang, but I’ve never spoken before! How am I going to do this?”
Twenty-one-year old professional speaker Pedro De Abreu shares the secrets of crafting and delivering a perfect speech that will have people talking about it and you long after you are gone.
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“So… What do you do?” Imagine if you nabbed a hundo every time someone asked you that question. You’d be sleepin’ on a bank.
It’s not that far-fetched. Quickly explaining your biznezz to another person is called making an elevator pitch and you need to do it daily if you want to be successful.
Here I’ll give you seven tips for perfecting your elevator pitch to sell your product, service or business idea to almost anyone, anywhere. Let’s make it breezy.
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Arjun Rai caught the entrepreneurial bug at the age of seven, selling knickknacks that he found around the house. Once in his native India, young Arjun set up shop to sell leftover wildflower necklaces after a wedding. He and a cousin put up a banner at his grandmother’s front gate, asking 25 cents.
TV shows like ‘The Oprah Show’ and ‘The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch’ inspired Arjun to take entrepreneurship to the next level. During the summer of 2009, he got a LinkedIn account (under the name Aaron Ray) and started connecting with other ambitious entrepreneurs, hoping to learn as much as possible about the art of entrepreneurship and business.
In 2010, Arjun became the COO of a quickly growing onlineadvertising company, but he soon set out to follow his own,unique vision. That vision is a brand-new venture called odysseyAds.Though he’s just getting started, Arjun plans to buildodysseyAds into a premier online advertising network with afocus on customer service, maximizing ROI, and catering to 21stcentury marketer needs. In the midst of all this, Arjun also justcompleted his junior year of high school. He’s 18 years old.
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