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MBB Brings Elevator Talks to a new Level

Do you suddenly run out of words to say when you meet a new prospective client? How would you like to have a 30-second business presentation that motivates people to connect with you?

Maui Business Brainstormers (MBB) invites you to a “Fresh Approach to Cultivating Clients,” a FREE After-Hours workshop on how your business message can be heard in a 30-second window. It will happen on Wednesday Aug 6, 2014 from 5pm to 7:30pm at J.W. Cameron Center. Online RSVP is required.

In this interactive workshop, you will learn the art of building an “elevator speech.” This is a sales technique employed by the most seasoned and successful sales gurus.

Many business people feel challenged when they need to speak in public. When you are in an elevator, you have that 30-second opportunity to set up a connection either at a personal or a business level. Therefore, the voice tone and right words become crucial to your quest of making a little spot shiny for you.

At the workshop, you will be given step by step instructions on crafting a dynamic 30-second description of what you do that will cultivate vibrant leads to fill your calendar with clients who are already convinced that they need what you have to offer. Then, you will be given ample opportunity to practice your new skill as you “pitch” your business to other workshop participants.

This interactive class will be presented by Margaret DeStefano and Gennarino Brian DeStefano, who know well this subject and have experienced same challenges that many business owners still face nowadays. They will help you to think outside the box and begin the process of identifying and disengaging limiting beliefs that hold you back from ultimate success.

For more information and to RSVP, please visit www.meetup.com/MauiBusinessBrainstormers

MBB Organizers (from left to right): Ed Gazmen, Grace Fung, Vivian Franco, David Kapaku, John Hau'oli Tomoso, Gylian Solay, Trisha Anderson (and Mel Patterson not pictured here)
MBB Organizers (from left to right): Ed Gazmen, Grace Fung, Vivian Franco, David Kapaku, John Hau’oli Tomoso, Gylian Solay, Trisha Anderson (and Mel Patterson not pictured here)

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