My “Quick Start” Checklist for Storytelling While Pitching

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Hey!

Wanna know my "quick start" checklist for storytelling while pitching?

Before you craft your pitch for your film or TV project or your business product. You must first know how to tell a great story.

Storytelling is key for anyone pitching content, or anything for that matter. Telling great stories is what engages others and helps them follow along with you. If you lure one in and take them
on a journey, by the time you are ready to get into the facts about your project or product, you would have already gotten them ready and set to listen to what it is you are selling.

In fact, if you really want to win, you can build the facts about your project or product into the story and by the time you are done pitching, it won't even feel like a pitch to either of you.

So, here is a checklist of some things you can include in your story:

✔️Name
✔️Important dates. Example: It was in 2012, when I had my accident...
✔️Paint a picture of the environment you had your "aha" moment and began your project/product.
✔️Include top 2 reasons why you created your project/product.
✔️Talk about universal themes and missions.
✔️Write why you add value to the space. Example: I too, struggle with depression and understand...
✔️Include a transition statement that leads you into your first fact.

Try writing these out and then practicing how they would sound putting them into a story. Come back and let me know how it worked out for you!

Also, if you feel uncertain about pitching and would like one on one coaching that is more specific and personalized to fit your project/product, feel free to reach out to me to learn more about the coaching services I offer at info@thepitch101.com.


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