Elevator Pitch – How to Tell Your Prospects an Exciting Story

Have you imagined creating an elevator pitch or story that brings out the enthusiasm in your prospects and gets them willing to join your team or buy from you?

That’s precisely what you stand to gain when you create a power story. Your power story will make prospects start paying attention to you and this can fetch you more sales and more teammates.

In this post, I’ll teach you how to create an elevator pitch or power story that will get the attention of your prospects and have them immediately interested in what you’re offering.

Your elevator pitch tells a powerful story

Sharing a story is one of the best ways to get people interested in what you do or sell.

As harsh as this may sound, your prospects do not care about:

  • The 7 ‘miracle’ ingredients in your product
  • The award your CEO just won
  • The presence of your company in the Inc 500 list etc

Admittedly, you might be excited about all these things and rightly so, but your prospects? not so much…maybe not at all.

The only thing your prospect does care about is If your business or product will work for them

And the best way to satisfy this curiosity is through a POWER story.

The question now is, have you sat down to create a power story

If you have, great! But if not, it’s okay. We are going to do it together.

If you’re unsure of the importance of crafting a power story, then I’d recommend a book I completely love titled “Get Over Your Damn Self” by Romi Neustadt.

Now I’m going to share with you some of the tips that she shares in the book that can help you create an elevator pitch or story that leaves people yearning for more.

Below are the 4 key elements to creating a powerful elevator pitch

  • Who are you?
  • What’s changed in your life that’s made you start looking for more
  • How you got to know about your company and why you chose to be a part of it
  • What it’s doing for you or what it promises to do for you

These are the 4 powerful ingredients you’ll want to include in your power story

They don’t have to be long…it’s actually best if you keep it concise and sweet.

People are not interested in how successful you are so it’s better to be yourself. As a matter of fact, the more vulnerable and human you appear, the more powerful your elevator pitch will be. This is because the more vulnerable you appear, the more accessible you will look and so it’ll be easier for people to relate to you.

Below are some great resources that will help you even more

How to Follow up with Your Prospects – Download

How To Overcome Challenges in Life – Download

Residual Income – Why You Should Earn It – Download

How to Deal with the ‘Until Syndrome’ – Download

Why People Fail in Network Marketing – Download

Getting your Customers to Market your Brand – Download

How to Get your Prospects Interested in your Product or Business – Download

Network Marketing Tips that will Guarantee your Success – Download

Did you get value from this training?

I really hope you did because I put in a lot of work weekly to ensure that you get great network marketing strategies that will positively impact your business and ultimately, your life.

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