How to Create a Compelling Quick Pitch for your Purpose-Driven Business

Creating a Compelling Quick Pitch | Episode #106

How to create a compelling quick pitch for your purpose-driven business using the Three C’s of Messaging - Clear, Concise and Compelling.
The Rank & File Podcast

The Rank & File Podcast

Hosted by Kari Elizabeth Enge - Certified Life and Business Coach for Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs at Rank & File

Today’s podcast episode dives deep into messaging for purpose-driven entrepreneurs. Specifically we talk about the ‘quick pitch’ or what some people call the ‘offering statement’.

I share my messaging philosophy, which includes my step-by-step process for how to create a quick pitch / offering statement using the Three C’s of Messaging – Clear, Concise and Compelling.

With a quick pitch that is clear, concise and compelling, you’ll make more sales and make a greater impact in your purpose-driven business overnight.

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • The biggest mistake entrepreneurs make when first introducing themselves and their company
  • What a quick pitch needs to include
  • The three C’s of the quick pitch
  • Step-by-step tips to make your quick pitch clear, concise and compelling

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