I’ve outlined a framework of questioning to help you laser-beam-throw your pitch by knowing more specifically who exactly you need to pitch to and what their needs are. Let’s use my elevator pitch that I threw at you earlier in this writing as an example of answering all 5 questions.
Out of all the conversations we have with children, finances may be one of the most important. Early lessons about personal finance and money management can help them avoid issues later in life. Schools don’t always offer courses on personal finance and credit, so make sure you take ownership of teaching your kids about money matters. Read on for useful tips to help educate children early and set them up for future financial success.
Marketing and advertising isn’t what it used to be. The environment has shifted from TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines as the predominant go-to for local advertisement, to being the supplement. If you’re on the fence over your marketing decisions, your questions might be, “What is the most effective marketing channel?”