Want to learn what a successful pitch looks like? Wharton professor Adam Grant has 3 great tips for us:
1. Spell out the Problem, Not Just the Solution.
Before people will believe that your idea will make the world better, you have to explain what’s wrong with the world right now.
2. Involve the Audience
Great entrepreneurs don’t lecture, they involve in a dialogue.
3. Acknowledge Your Limitations
If you are willing to speak openly about the downsides of your business, it must have some pretty substantial upsides.
As the author says, “The world doesn’t suffer from a shortage of great ideas. It suffers from a shortage of knowledge about how to communicate them.”
Read his complete blog.