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Practice Your Pitch – Young Hustlers

In this Show

Grant Cardone and his millennial protégé, Jarrod Glandt target the under 35 crowd with the tips and insights they need to succeed in any economic climate.

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In this episode Grant and Jarrod address the pitch. How good is it? Are you saying too much? Does the listener even understand what you your job is, or who you work for? Don’t let the fog of the last 13 days of the year distract you from hitting the ground running on January 1st, 2015. Get your pitch right.

Grant and Jarrod take callers who pitch them, and then they work through it’s effectiveness and provide immediate guidance following these steps.

Steps to follow in the pitch:
1. What’s Your Goal
2. Ask For Attention
3. Make It Sticky
• Be like the Predator, not like Rambo. Be stealth.
• Use more conviction, less passion.

Another tip Grant mentions is not to use industry specific nomenclature. Keep your pitch at a basic level so that the widest audience can understand it. Also make sure to take a positive approach, so the customer doesn’t look at you as a problem, but a solution.

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