Are you tired of losing potential clients despite having an amazing solution? It could be that your pitch is missing the mark. Creating a successful pitch is a crucial aspect of any client acquisition process and can make the difference between landing a client or walking away empty-handed. 


In this blog post, we will dive into the key elements of crafting a successful pitch that not only captures the attention of your audience, but also closes the deal. From understanding your audience to effectively communicating your unique value proposition, we will provide you with the tools and tips you need to create a pitch that wins more clients and allows you to charge higher prices.


To craft a successful pitch that converts, you need 4 key things:

  1. Audience Focus
  2. Tangible Solution
  3. Compelling Message
  4. Key Assets

Let’s dive into each one of those 4 things! 


Audience Focus in a successful pitch


To write a successful pitch or proposal, you have to focus on the needs of your audience. Understanding their needs and expectations is the key to creating an effective and persuasive pitch.


Your audience must be able to identify with the content you are presenting, as it should be tailored specifically for them. It is also important that you ensure that your pitch or proposal addresses their needs in a clear and concise manner. You might be tempted to talk about the intricacies of your business, or your story, but the audience is really focused on what’s in it for them. So focus on that.


By focusing on the needs of your audience, you can create an engaging and successful pitch or proposal that will help you get the results you’re looking for.


Have a Tangible Solution: 


When it comes to pitching a solution, the key is to make it feel real and tangible. It needs to be something that your audience can comprehend and visualise. It’s why we love visual models so much. Visual models make a solution feel tangible. 


Your pitch needs to be structured in such a way that it conveys the value of your solution clearly and concisely.


You need a well-crafted proposal that paints a vivid picture of what you’re offering and how it solves their problem. You need a solution that feels real, that is tangible, so your audience can trust in what you’re proposing and move forward with confidence.

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Craft a Compelling Message: 

To create curiosity and build trust in you and your service, you need a compelling message. This message should be crafted carefully to capture the attention of your potential customers. It should be clear, concise, and persuasive.


Your message should be tailored to the target audience and focus on the benefits they will receive from your service. It should also explain why they need it now, how it can help them solve their problems, and what makes it unique compared to other services in the market. (Psst. the key assets will help you here!)


Key Assets you need in a successful pitch or proposal: 

Visual assets are the key to creating an effective pitch or proposal. They can help you explain complex ideas quickly and visually, making it easier for your audience to understand and remember them.


The four key visual models that you need to back up any pitch or proposal are:

  1. Results Model
  2. Answers Model
  3. Process Model
  4. Target Model. 

These models can help you explain your ideas in a clear and concise way that will leave a lasting impression on your audience. With these four key visual assets, you can create a compelling presentation that will make it easier for your audience to understand the value of what you have to offer.


Find out more about each of these 4 models.