30 Seconds to Launch: Art of the Elevator Pitch
Learn to articulate your value and values with ease, savvy, and style.
Our attention spans are shorter. Our lives are busier. And our mental hard drives are at capacity. So when you only have 30 seconds to make an impact, you need to be sure of both what to say and how to say it. The “elevator pitch” can feel outdated, phony, and utterly cringe-inducing . . . but it doesn't have to be. A well crafted elevator pitch can bring out your inner rock star, give people a sense of what you're about (beyond what you "do") and begin genuine connections.