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Monday
Jan242011

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.

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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

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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.”