Tell Your Story: Crafting an Authentic Elevator Pitch That Works

This is not your traditional “elevator pitch.” In fact, it’s not really a pitch - it’s simply connecting on a human level with other humans.

As an entrepreneur, there are critical moments that can make or break your business; an unexpected encounter with a new prospect, an investor presentation or an impromptu conversation with someone that can help bring your big idea to life. You have one chance to connect with them and convince them why they should be as passionate about your business as you are. People respond to other people (and their stories!) not numbers, clichés or sales pitches.

How It Works

This Deep Dive workshop will teach you how to pitch your business with authenticity and sincerity, and avoid the common mistakes people make when attempting to persuade their audience. It consists of a full-day, in-person Small Group Intensive with your cohort, two 90-minute Story Labs over Zoom with your cohort, and a 30-minute Story Strategy Session with Hillary. You have the option to add on three additional 1-on-1 coaching sessions.

Please note: This workshop is for returning clients. As a pre-requisite you must complete our signature workshop Crafting Your Personal Narrative or at least three months of 1-on-1 coaching.

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What it Costs

Option 1: $1,000 (or three installments of $350)* Includes:

  • All three workshop parts (9 hours of time with your cohort, 50 minutes of one-on-one time throughout the workshop experience)

  • All workshop supplies including notebooks, pens, and printed worksheets

  • Boxed lunch, snacks and drinks for the Small Group Intensive

  • Access to Tell Me A Story for questions and resources throughout your full workshop journey.

Option 2: $2,350 (or three installments of $800)* Includes:

  • All of the above

  • Plus an additional three 60 minute one-on-one sessions with Hillary.



Location: TBD in Philadelphia, PA


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