Tips for a great elevator pitch

04/5/2010 | Alexandra Levit's Water Cooler Wisdom

Professionals should meet new people every week, and when they do, they should use introduce themselves in a quick and meaningful way, Alexandra Levit writes. "Your elevator pitch should communicate what you do (or are trying to do), and why people should care," she writes.

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