To pitch
your business idea is to tell its story to different audiences. Your pitch will
differ depending on the person to whom you are making it – a customer, a
supplier, a partner, a family member, a friend or an investor.

Just
as a solidly built house has strong foundational blocks, your business will
stand the test of time if your pitch is authentic and honest
solid facts and figures based on proper and thorough research of how your offering
fits into what the stakeholders you pitch to want.

This
poster is from the Twitter page of Dr. Ola Brown. I hope you find it
helpful as you prepare your business pitch.

Warren
Buffett
, chairman, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, a multinational
conglomerate holding company, who isworth more than $77
billion
[Forbes], used to be so terrified of public speaking, he
would become physically ill just to think of it.At 19, he
enrolled in a public speaking course taught at Dale Carnegie, the
institute named for the influential speaker and author of “Art of Public Speaking”
and “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” [books
downloadable free online]. Google Warren Buffet and you’ll discover one of his
rules for success is to cultivate your communication skills.

To
pitch your business idea, you need speak to more than one person; public
speaking is a skill you may need.

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