Updated: Nov 14, 2019
You have had someone suggest you need a better elevator speech. You really should rewrite that resume. And of course your job search is such a season of enthusiasm that writing yet another cover page is like a walk on the beach on a spring day, right? Let me suggest that an audition is mostly another variety of elevator speech.
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Contact John Browning at Redeemed Strategies for details on this video. We can come up with a way to do your elevator speech that is painless, even fun.
Interview? Job change?
Do you have an interview coming up where you need to convert "Piers Morgan's" eye roll to a smile and a yes? Are you preparing a proposal where you need to hear "Amanda Holden" say there were "goose pimples" on her arm? Would it be satisfying to see "Simon Cowell's" head snap to attention from skeptical to attentive? How about getting the audience to cheer by a third of the way through your speech? Let me quote Simon for you: "I like shows where somebody isn't a professional, has a talent, isn't aware of it, has a normal job, then you see something else."
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