The 140-Character Elevator Pitch
by: Peter Anthony Wynn

The 140-Character Elevator Pitch

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The 140-Character Elevator Pitch

Course Description

Bonuses Available for a limited Time.

FIRST: Peter Anthony's 28-Day Launch Sequence is FREE as a PDF download available in Lesson one when you takethis course.

SECOND: Peter Anthony is allowing this course to be GIVEN AWAY, that is right instead of the $97 we have been charging for a limited time this course will be FREE, enjoy it and build YOUR PITCH.

Are you ready to market your product or online course, well you need to tighten up your message FIRST. You have less then 5 seconds to make a first impression so make sure you KNOW EXACTLY WHAT TO SAY. If you have you ever struggled with sharing your ideas with others? Well, the problem isn’t that the other person doesn’t care, it’s that you aren’t pitching your ideas in a way to make them care.

Nobody wants to listen to another person ramble about his or her ideas for even a minute. That’s why you have to be quick and effective in delivering your message.

In this course, Entrepreneur Peter Anthony Wynn will teach you how to pitch your idea in less than 140 characters - effectively delivering what you do, how you do it, and why you do it.

Who is this course perfect for?

  • Authors
  • Speakers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • CEO's
  • Affiliate Marketers
  • Marketing Directors
  • Branding Director
  • Public Relations

What's the requirement to take this course?

  • Download the 140 Character Workbook
  • Pen or pencil
  • Scrap paper for extra notes

What you'll get from this course?

  • Explain your business, product, and mission in one quick and easy pitch
  • Have more confidence when selling your services
  • Get more lead captures
  • Less confusion about you business and how you serve your clients
  • Craft a tweetable elevator pitch that will keep the attention of the prospect
  • Close more deals

Curriculum

Section 1


   Lesson 1:    It’s All About the “Why”


   Lesson 2:    The Big Statement


   Lesson 3:    Your Call To Action