When it comes to delivering a pitch, Oren Klaff has unparalleled credentials. Over the past 13 years, he has used his one-of-a-kind method to raise more than $400 million - and now, for the first time, he describes his formula to help you deliver a winning pitch in any business situation.
Whether you’re selling ideas to investors, pitching a client for new business, or even negotiating for a higher salary, Pitch Anything will transform the way you position your ideas.
According to Klaff, creating and presenting a great pitch isn’t an art - it’s a simple science. Applying the latest findings in the field of neuroeconomics, while sharing eye-opening stories of his method in action, Klaff describes how the brain makes decisions and responds to pitches. With this information, you’ll remain in complete control of every stage of the pitch process.
Pitch Anything introduces the exclusive STRONG method of pitching, which can be put to use immediately:
One truly great pitch can improve your career, make you a lot of money - and even change your life. Success is dependent on the method you use, not how hard you try. "Better method, more money," Klaff says. "Much better method, much more money." Klaff is the best in the business because his method is much better than anyone else’s. And now it’s yours.
Apply the tactics and strategies outlined in Pitch Anything to engage and persuade your audience - and you’ll have more funding and support than you ever thought possible.
©2014 Oren Klaff (P)2014 McGraw-Hill Education
Amazing concept. Great delivery on the audiobook
Closing the airport deal
The method in which he explains each portion of the plan helps it all make sense. He obviously has done his 10000 hours on the subject and knows it inside out.
Too much to take in. Best if taken in pieces and reread to really understand it.
well worth the money.
I love the fact that the information and methods outlined really do track with actual science, and if you wanted you could pick up any piece of research on Neuro or Behavioral Economics and verify the concepts Oren is talking about.
My favorite character in this book isn't a character at all, but the pace this book takes. Oren blasts through his ideas in a way that literally keeps you on the edge of your seat, but is clear, concise, and doesn't gloss over the "good stuff". For a business book, this was a new one for me... normally I listen to books during my commute, but with this one I found myself leaving earlier in the morning and sitting in the parking lot upon arrival trying to will myself to stop.
Oren's energy and presence gives a voice and power to his book that I don't think could have been achieved had he hired someone else to do the recording.
My initial reaction to Oren's personality and reading of this book wasn't good. He comes across loud, arrogant, and completely enamored with himself... With that being said, by the time you get to the end it feels right and fits. The book isn't about doing things the way they've been done before, and by telling the story the way he does he sets that frame and carries it through to the end.
I highly recommend this book, and was already recommending it to people before I was finished. It's a fantastic method built and real science, and I can't wait to start incorporating it into my own strategies.
The concept is you can pitch anything by seizing the moment and dominating the meeting. I've sold millions of dollars of new technology to companies like Walmart, Walgreen, and Deluxe and I never met a buyer like Oren describes. If the product (or concept) makes economic sense, you don't need a gimmick.
Currently I'm into web marketing and communication.
This is nonfiction. What characters?
Even if I disagree with the author, listening still sharpens my skills.
I love listening and reading books about mindset, entreprenuership, management, leadership, self improvement, and empowerment.
This book is way more than that. It covers aspects of business and sales, but the concepts can be used in your personal life too. I bought it because it was recommended by Internet Business Mastery. I loved it even though I do not pitch. I am developing a product and will be using the techniques Oren describes to help me find investors.
One thing I didnt like was the narration. It was boring and tedious and lacked emotion. Weird also listening to someone read exactly from the book without modifying for the audio audience, you will notice what I mean when you buy it. Thankfully the content is brilliant.
Highly recommended this book if you are an entreprenuer or business owner wanting to learn about human nature and how to identify situations where you could produce a better outcome or the outcome you want.
There is also a complimentary monthly membership program that Oren has setup to support any further learnings.
Oren because he has the credibility and done his research to back his findings.
Not that impressed, boring and lacked emotion. Also think when someone is reading a book that is a recollection of the author and you know they are not the author that maybe they should consider modifying the narration just slightly. As with some of the references in the book that don't make sense in an audio.
I was really impressed and had never thought of human interaction in this way.
Out of my entire library this book resides in the top 10.
If Chip and Dan Heath's "Made to Stick" is the "stickiness" of an idea, then "Pitch Anything" is the "applicator". Metaphorically, these two books combine to create the "PostIt Note" of goal driven idea sharing.
I did...and I harnessed the material two days later when pitching my CEO on a new business idea.
This book is not about selling. It is about reaching your audience in a way that harnesses the neuroscience behind how we receive and respond to new information. I should also mention that I was able to speak personally with Oren Klaff before pitching my CEO. He responded to my request for help in less than 48 hrs of my email. His intuitive understanding of my issue was spot on, and his advice was sincere and extremely helpful.
The lessons on frame control were great and the story was fairly gripping. The narration was amateurish and it sounded like the author was reading his own book for the first time. Words were emphasized in weird ways. Laughs for forced. Energy was all over the place. I would expect more from someone who gets paid to talk for a living.
The lessons on frame control were good. More step by step would have been helpful.
Love a good story that takes me outta my day to day life.
No. Pitch is great but that doesn't mean you can narrate a book the same way. Very sound and useful tactics that get steamrolled in a high pressure presentation. If you're that successful a business man than you shapudlhave the capital to pay for a good narrator.
Hi I'm Matt. I help companies get found online in Google. I love to read, and I love just about anything to do with Science, & learning.
I'm in Sales, I've listened to a LOT of sales strategy and business books.
I got more value in the first 7 minutes, than I have in hours and hours of other business books.
7 minutes in, and I was like OMG this is huge..This is a road map, a repeatable method to follow, to get more sales.
Just finished listening to the Audio version of Pitch Anything, and started re-listening to it again. Very informative, I've already started implementing what I'm learning. Thank you Oren for all the time and effort you put into learning and sharing this method.
You want to be "That Sales Pro" That everyone compares success too?
-Then get this book, and use it.
This is a fluff piece of BS where the author is way over confident and list a collection of tips and tricks to give a presentation. But in the end it is a mismatch with the way people buy today and misleading.
Liked the story telling albeit a bit brash but some great everyday references although in the book a little more in the high stakes game for me to relate to.
Less stories that ramble on for ever before getting to the point
I barely learnt anything - the long pointless stories just made me switch off
"Very good book"
This book is very good in terms of showing how to pitch. You could learn many new techniques. Especialy the frame control.
This book is very insightful in helping to unlock your thinking approach to this area. Its one for reference shelf.
The openness of the author
This was my first of his books
The last two chapters
Y need to re- listen as I am so much more to pick up on by re-reading
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