Hi, I’m Siôn. I help people kill boring communication to score clients, investment, or even a new job.
My cheeky style isn’t for everyone, but take a look around and see if it speaks to you.
A great place to start is with my new book on presentation skills.
What the heck is a pitch, anyway?
The word “pitch” used to be viewed negatively, provoking images of an overly-aggressive salesman backing you into a corner and hammering you with his spiel until you either buy his product or curl up on the floor in a pool of your own tears. Not anymore.
Nowadays a pitch is simply your personal or business story, rolled up into a concise and pleasing package. It’s a way of sharing your message to get people excited and interested, without being obnoxious or salesy. And it can take on many forms. When you’re networking with prospects or peers, you’re pitching. When you’re interacting on social media, you’re pitching. Your website itself is a digital pitch, sharing your message with the world when you’re not there to do it yourself. In every form, a pitch is a conversation starter that can lead to something great.