Deliver the Perfect Pitch and Stay in Tune With Your Clients/Customers and Colleagues

Whether you are a business owner or an employee of an organization, you have many opportunities to deliver a perfect pitch. Has this happened to you recently?  You have prepared and delivered what you think is a perfect pitch only to find that you have thrown a curve ball that causes your client/customer to hit a strike or foul ball rather than a home run. The strike is that the potential client/customer avoids you by not returning your calls or e-mails and the foul ball is that they contact you to let you know that they have decided to give the business to your competitor. If you are an employee of an organization, the strike means that your colleagues are avoiding you and the foul ball is that the plum project or promotion that was yours for the taking has been given to someone else. In your shock, anger and disappointment at this turn of events, you decide that you will never do business with this client /customer again or you may decide to leave your team or organization. Rather than taking any immediate action, take some time to review your pitch and decide what went right and what needs improvement. Ask yourself these question: Was I singing the same tune or was I singing my own tune? Was I singing off-key or on key with my clients/customers or colleagues?

Once you have figured out what needs to be done, it’s time to stop looking back and to start moving forward. You realize that you want to have another chance to succeed. You want to learn to deliver the perfect pitch and be in tune with your clients/customers and colleagues. You want to sell a product, service or yourself and you want to get the business, project or promotion. You want to build and deliver a perfect pitch that impresses the client/customer or colleague so that they will give you what you deserve. This time, you vow to wow them. If you want to exude excellence and exceed expectations, it’s time to call in an expert and one of the top pitching coaches in the business, Jim Gray. Jim is an internationally known media and presentation skills coach, seminar and webinar leader and author of the well received book, How Leaders Speak and the soon-to-be released book, The Young Leader. Jim will not only work with you on the content of your pitch but will also coach you on your presentation so that you deliver a pitch that is in tune with your client/customer or colleague. He will turn your foul and curve balls into perfect pitches so that all of your presentations will be right on key. So why delay, call  Jim today at 416-729-3019.


About The Motivator Minute

The Motivator Minute is written by "The Motivator" who for the past 18 years has been a motivational and leadership coach for business, life and career. She offers her international clientele a creative approach to coaching, training and promoting. Her greatest strength is that she gives her clients her energy, enthusiasm, knowledge, experience, a commitment to their success and an abundance of creative ideas. She is a coach, leader, facilitator and motivational speaker who supports, encourages and motivates individuals to make positive and lasting changes in their personal and professional lives. She specializes in working with entrepreneurs who want to achieve greater success through increased business and personal visibility and credibility; with individuals who are experiencing career and life transitions and with an organization’s leaders so that they can do and be their best on the job and in their lives. Please note that all material on this blog is original and copyright protected. Copyright 2011 The Motivator All rights reserved.
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