One of the most important goals of your elevator speech should be that anyone hearing it can tell someone else what you do.
Plain simple language RULES!
“Speaking opportunities are business, career and leadership opportunities.”
A good one-on-one elevator speech will quickly DIS-qualify someone.
The Immediate Goal of your Elevator Speech should be Clarity and Understanding.
If it’s one-on-one, one of the added goals is to DIS-Qualify. Everyone is not a prospect for what you offer. You’re not going to buy everything offered to you, and don’t waste major time, yours or theirs, on minor possibilities.
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Speaker and coach Fred Miller shares his nuggets of wisdom on how to deliver the most effective elevator speech to take your business to the next level.
When asked for their Elevator Speech, many people give their name, the name of their company, and the products and services they offer.
Pretty standard; not very inspiring.
I’ve got a better way! Use the EXPRESS Elevator Speech.
There are three specific goals for Elevator Speeches that must be kept in mind when developing and delivering them.
Tips on Elevator Speeches. You need THREE!