Pitching

3 Success Strategies for Crafting the Perfect Elevator Pitch

These veteran pitch competition winners share their best advice.

5 Very Specific Ways to Get Noticed By Top Design Magazines

Know exactly how to stand out in an editor's inbox, regardless of the design trends.

5 Simple Strategies for Landing High-Ticket Clients as a Coach

The truth is that you can be successful without becoming overwhelmed.

Scarlet Vincent

How to Create a Home-Based Business Without a Product or Service

Use these four stops to create a home-based business that's not only lucrative and stable, but does not require the creation of a product or service.

Sid Peddinti

How to Project Confidence as an Entrepreneur

In your personal brand, in meetings with clients, in pitches to investors and even when talking to your team, you'll need to learn how to project confidence if you're going to succeed. But how exactly can you do it?  

Timothy Carter

Pitching 101: Reaching Out to the Media and Getting Them to Bite

Increase your success with the press by following this advice on pitching your business story.

Jessica Abo

3 Sales Tweaks That Could Change The Game for Your Business

Ditch the pitch. Start a problem-solving conversation.

Imran Tariq

The Importance of Clarity

Once you've distilled your idea, you must clearly express it. Here's how.

Alon Braun

5 Things Investors Look for in Your Pitch

Angel investor and CEO, Badal Shah, breaks down the boxes every entrepreneur must check.

Thinking of Pitching Your New Business on Shark Tank? 5 Things to Consider Before You Take the Leap.

While the limelight may be tempting, securing a spot on the show is still a long way from guaranteeing success.

Bryan Janeczko

Telling Your Startup Story: 4 Expert Tips to Create the Perfect Investor Pitch for Your New Business

Your pitch has to persuade people that your startup is going to be successful, but also that you're the one who will take it there.

Bryan Janeczko

New Pro Rules of Emailing a High Value Person

Make it as easy as possible for them to simply say, "Yes."

Thalia Toha