Get decision makers support your ideas, project and proposal. Engage with them and get your vision materialise.
Some pitching situations are worth investing more in preparation :
You are a start-up founder or entrepreneur with disruptive innovation talking to investors or partners.
You are a director bringing high-stake projects (or change) to c-level rooms and governance committees.
You are a sales team defending a large bid in front of a tender committee.
You are a manager trying to get your superiors give the right level of attention and priority to your recommendations.
You want to keep it super short. You don't want to talk. You want to be asked questions. You want to lead a dialogue. To engage the decision maker. Have him tell you how great this project will be. For the end-clients, for him and for you. But how do you do that?
You are facing some issues while preparing your pitch:
The choice is yours.
Prepare your pitch on your own
Most of my clients experience this:
Get a coach
You need a methodology to prepare and to test properly. When you know how to do it, your pitch becomes convincing (or you discover a flaw in your project).