Issue 136 - 03 | This Is an Emotional Pitch

By Michael Parker
Published Dec. 17, 2015 10:00 a.m.
“Delivering a pitch, whether from a platform or across a boardroom table or over coffee at Starbucks, you are on stage.

You need to tap into the actor in you. Connecting emotionally with a large group or a single interviewer in conversation, calls for a performance that reaches out, bringing emotional resonance to the words. Actors start off fully confident in their brilliant scripts written by a William Shakespeare or a Tennessee Williams. They are not worried about their content. All they are concerned with is how they can make their script come alive to their audience.”

About Michael Parker | Michael Parker is the former Vice-Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi London, and now coaches private clients on their pitches.

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