Spewing knowledge won't help your sales pitch

04/15/2010 | Customer Collective, The

Too many elevator pitches contain what Kelley Robertson calls the "barf factor" -- they give a potential client too much information too quickly and fail to focus on what the customer needs. "Demonstrate your superior skill and ability by controlling what you say and how you say it," he advises.

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