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Your Idea Vs Your Pitch

Your Idea Vs Your Pitch

Even the most innovative ideas are interpreted as boring if they are presented in obvious ways. Your pitch needs to be as clever as the concept you are presenting if you want people to buy into it. To get your audience to buy into your idea, there are a few hacks you can try to shift the odds in your favour.

To successfully sell your next idea, here are three of the most effective tools for crafting a creative pitch


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