5 interesting articles from the pitch blog you should reed this week

 

If you’re a regular reader of the pitch blog, you already noticed the articles listed below. However, if you’re not, make sure to check out these 5 articles.

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We all know Steve Jobs for his famous ‘reveal’ pitches. Steve Jobs introduced many products with a pitch, including the ipod, iphone and ipad.

Every time when Steve Jobs did a reveal pitch, the crowd would leave the room excited.

There are a lot of pitch lessons you can learn from Steve Jobs.

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After many pitching competition and countless hours of pitch coaching, I can say that this is one of the most effective tools you can use.

Every now and then you should hit pause in your pitch.

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During the opening of your pitch you should only have one goal in mind: Get the attention of your listener. Research shows that the first few seconds of a pitch will determine whether somebody will pay attention to the rest of it.

There are a few ways to get the attention of your listener.

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Many people who pitch, back their story up with a presentation. This presentation usually consists of slides which summarize the points they are trying to make.

If you are one of those people, please stop.

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Are you afraid of pitching? Or are you afraid of public speaking in general?

That’s okay, many people are. There are four main reasons why people are scared to pitch:

#1 I don’t like to be in the center of attention

#2 I am not confident with my looks

#3 I can’t stand all these people staring at me

#4 My voice is ugly

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