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The Art of The Pitch – Young Hustlers

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt offer tips on how people can pitch themselves in business so they get attention and more deals.

Inspired by the 2014 World Series and the amazing performance by pitcher Madison Bumgarner, Grant wants to make sure you get your business pitch strong.
Can you capture someone’s attention and tell them who you are, what you do and what you offer them within seconds? To get ahead of the pack you must know how to master your pitch. In this episode of Young Hustlers Grant and Jarrod take callers and challenge them to give them their best pitch.

Grant’s 5 Tips for The Perfect Pitch
1. Clarify your goal.
2. Ask for attention.
3. Make it sticky.
4. Get to the decision maker.
5. Practice!

According to Grant a good strong, clear introduction is very important. He also tells people to speak clearly. When you get in front of someone you must be ready. You must practice and prepare. Grant and Jarrod take callers, listen to their pitches and critique them making for an interactive learn by example show. You’ll come away with tips and insights to help you get your pitch on point.

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