16 Feb 3 Myths of Getting Funded
Pitching an Investor is the Superbowl of meetings!
Tom Brady doesn’t wing it at the Superbowl
Tom Petty didn’t wing his performance at the Superbowl
They all practiced!
Here is what your competition is doing to get prepared to get funded fast on the Hall-Of-Famer package:
3 common myths
1) Myth: I can wing it and read my slides
Truth: If you don’t practice, you will stumble
If you read your slides, you will bore your audience
2 ) Myth: If I practice too much I won’t sound authentic
Truth: There is no such thing as overthinking your pitch or too much practice
If you practice enough, you can sound conversational and confident
3 ) Myth: Investors need to understand how my product works
Truth: Investors have to care what problem you solve before they care how
The confused mind always says NO
“A good pitch is very rare. It is so hard executing on everything else that has to be done to build a successful company, pitching often suffers. But the ability to pitch is a key indicator for investors—if the entrepreneur doesn’t know how to sell, how can he or she build a great company?” Garage tech ventures
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