It might seem ironic that the best way to sell something is to ditch the pitch. ‘Course, everyone’s in such a rush to make big bucks. That’s probably why they can’t stop trying to control things that, like selling, just aren’t all that controllable.

However, you can create the conditions that draw someone toward you and your business. That is completely under your control. 

In fact, the more time spent thinking, planning and moving toward that goal, the more your material rewards accrue.

And it’s just way more fun to spend your days that way. 

So how does this work on video?

I’m so glad you asked 🙂

    13 replies to "How to Get Perfect “Pitch”"

    • Peter Defty

      Amazing, simply amazing…..thank you Steve. Timely for me! I needed exactly this right now!


      • Steven Washer

        Glad to hear, Peter.
        Go for it!


    • Leslie

      Another great video!

      I love watching Bob Ross!!

      Thank you.


      • Steven Washer

        We all need role models. He’s one of mine. 🙂


    • Carrelyn Banner

      You really nailed it today as you do 99% of the time. Thanks for the insight & inspiration! Videos are the key to everything. Hope you had a nice summer break!


      • Steven Washer

        Only 99%? It must have been that vacation. 🙂


    • Jeremy Latham

      A great message Steve. The Joy of Painting is currently running on one of our TV channels in the UK. He makes one believe that painting is so simple. If only…what a wonderful gift he had though, not only as an artist, but also as a brilliant communicator.


      • Steven Washer

        Thanks, Jeremy! I think we all have that innate ability to communicate.
        Some of us don’t think we do, so we don’t encourage ourselves to persevere.

        But just imagine what kind of a world it would be if we did…


    • David

      Walking on water again there Steve. Tell me… do your sock ever get wet ???
      This we also need to know.
      Love the channel – love the work – impresses as ever.
      Cheers: David


      • Steven Washer

        Thank you, David. Too kind. But I hope the work is helpful.


    • Michael Landau

      I loved this one, and it gave me new ideas. I’ve been learning what it means to be an entrepreneur for a couple of years now, and much of it has been about pitching… I never felt comfortable with it.
      Thank you Steve,
      Michael


    • Greg Ricca

      Everything you do is amazing. Your writing, editing, videography and communication skills are matched by your heart-felt messages. Thank You again and again.


    • Lynn

      Steven, you are in a class by yourself. Thank you for the insight and the demonstration.


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