You will naturally default to a set way of communicating what you do – one that may be well past its sell by date.
The voice of the client, customer or audience invariably gets lost the deeper you get into your proposal or presentation.
And it’s almost impossible to maintain 100% clarity on where your real value lies – or where you fit in the market.
As the Pitch Doctor, I act as the outside voice in the room – an independent sounding board to challenge your assumptions, reflect on your thinking and respond to your creative ideas.
Marginal improvements in your pitch or presentation can mean the difference between success and failure.
Clarity and connection with your audience sets the terms and tone of a productive business relationship.