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Part skills lesson, part confession, part peptalk: this is my brand new radio interview on Your Book is Your Hook radio program, hosted by Jennifer Wilkov.  You'll recognize her as an expert-in-resident here at Pitch U!
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Lesson 21: Once Upon a Pitch…

**This Lesson is part of the January series “30 Pitch Lessons – 30 Days.”  Pitch University Pitchfest weeks and Expert-In-Residence weeks kick off the 1st full week in February.**

Byron Stanford

He’s back!  Byron Stanford, of Project PresentationHelp for Creating Powerful and Effective Presentations, joins us via video from Spain. 

He’s created a second, dynamite video lesson.  

(If you haven’t watched A Pitch That Sticks, go do that right now.  We’ll wait….)

Watch it.  Share it.  Watch it again to take notes.

It’s that good.




Let Byron know what you think or ask questions in our comments area. 

Byron’s Resources:

More on using the 7 Story types in your presentation or pitch: The Quest, Overcoming the Monster, Tragedy, Rebirth, Rags to Riches, Comedy and Voyage and Return.

Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die


Byron is the winner of Slideshare’s Best Presentation of the World contest in the Business category.  And his presentation?  “Tips on How to Pitch.”