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Private Money Demystified Part 2: Introducing Your Opportunity

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Presenting your opportunityToday we continue a frank, down to earth conversation on demystifying the private money getting process. This is part 2 of a 3 part dialogue with the Dutchess of Dinero Susan Lassiter-Lyons, which is all about boiling private money getting down to three simple, core concepts: Identify, Introduce and Invest.

If you haven't caught part 1 yet, which is all about identifying who your best potential private money partners are, then you should start here first.

But once you know who you want to talk to...what do you say? That’s what we’ll tackle today – how to introduce your opportunity to people.

You’ll learn:

  • Getting going: How to start the conversation
  • The art of seduction: It all starts with being able to communicate what you do in a value-based way to your potential partners
  • The "elevator speech": Why it's not actually ideal

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