Welcome to Your Future Success

Welcome to Your Future Success
"Every man is the archetect of his own fortune." (Click on the picture to find out)

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Author Jeané Sashi is on Tour

Tour Schedule

April 22 - Introduction at VBT Café Blog
April 24 - Guest Blogging at My Reading Loft
April 29 - Guest Blogging at Literary Sweet
May 1 - Guest Blogging at JP's Blog
May 6 - Guest Blogging at Discover Words
May 8 - Spotlight at Bikers With Books
May 10 - Guest Blogging at Cherry Mischievous
May 13 - Interview at Ghost Rider Book Promotions
May 15 - Review & Guest Blogging at Debbie Jeans
May 17 - Review & Interview at AG Lang Writes
May 19 - Interviewed at Immortality and Beyond
May 21 - Interviewed at The Avid Reader
May 23 - 5 Things I Know For Sure at Writing Innovations Ezine
May 26 - Author 2 Author Marketing Tips at BookIt BK
May 29 - Interviewed at Yah Did Marketing Radio 6:30pm EST
May 30 - Review of Intimate Moments at BK Walker Books
June 2 - Review of The J Spot at BK Walker Books
June 4 - Guest Blogging at Lori's Reading Corner
June 6 - Reviewed at Luv Books Galore
June 6 - Interviewed at Kinky Vanilla Romance

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Elevator Pitch

Elevator Pitch

1.  Few words as possible...150 words

2.  Clarity in your words

3.  Compelling

4.  Credibility

5.  Consistency...stick to one thing

6.  Read to a conversation

Step one...write one sentence on who you are:

Step two...write one to two sentences of what you do in your everyday business:

Step three...identify your ideal target client and audience:

Step four...write one to two sentences explains what is unique and different about your business and what make you stand out from your competitors:

Step five...one or two sentences of what you want your audience to do next:

Step six...end with a memory hook:

Step seven...pull all the statements together.  Get some friends together and say your pitch in front of your friends to get their opinion:

These simple steps should help you when someone asks you, "What do you do?"  You should be able to answer the simple question very easily without stumbling.