If you walked into an elevator, the door closed and you found yourself next to a college recruiter, coach or potential employer and had 30 seconds to promote yourself, what would you say? When the door opens and they walk away, what would you have said that makes you memorable enough that they want to know more?
The old “Elevator Speech” is a business technique that has been used for decades, but it is still effective. In fact, for young people who have less experience promoting themselves to future employers or college admissions offices, it is a great way to collect your thoughts ahead of time so that when opportunity strikes, you’re prepared. I find that when young people are asked to, “Tell me a little about your self,” they get caught like deer in headlights or ramble with no impressive points.
So prepare ahead. I can help you do that so that the initial meeting or unexpected opportunity can be managed with a prepared and relaxed “30 second Elevator Speech.” Promote yourself by being prepared. What will you say in 30 seconds that will leave them wanting more? Contact me.