Creating Your Pitch

Your pitch needs to be short, sweet, and to the point. It needs to share the following with the listener. 

  • Who you are.
  • What you do.
  • Who do you help.
  • How you help them. 

For example, 

“I am a Startup Development Coach. In my program, Business Launch Prep School, I help new women coaches create coaching practices from a Kingdom perspective.”

“I am the spiritual business whisperer who works with new women coaches of faith to unlock their God-given talents and triple their prosperity with my Business Launch Prep School (BLPS) program. “

After you have shared your basic pitch, you can go into your program or service similarly. 

For example, 

“BLPS is a 4-Month startup program that will show you how to create real freedom. Enroll and learn how to create more time, more money, and more impact so you can have more fun, create generational change, and start a legacy.”

My program language comes from my framework in Module 1, Market Research.

Growth Exercise