My 3-Phased System Of Creating A Pitch Deck For $100M+ Clients.
You'll need to write a deck one day or another; here's the art behind it.
It’s that moment—the moment that you believe you are ready to accept an outside investment. It’s time to take someone’s millions and transfer them to more millions.
⏱️ This is a 6-minute guide about my 3-phased process of creating a pitch deck for my clients. Here‘s an overview
🗨️ Phase 1 — Storyboarding
🖌️ Phase 2 — Designing First (Really?)
✍️ Phase 3 — Writing a few words.
So you ought to prepare for the pitch deck, right? Maybe hire someone or buy a design? Oh, you need to do some market research as well.
Okay, let’s do step 1 — Forgetting about everything I just said.
No, you don’t need to do all of that. This mentality will lead to an average deck and then lead to an average pitch. Do you know what this translates to? An average investor response — a big fat no.
This pitch deck, this presentation, is not a magical document. Do you want to see a pitch deck that would probably raise millions? Here it is.
This one-page pitch deck has the potential to raise millions.
Your 20-page sophisticated pitch deck that’s already been sent to over a hundred investors won’t work.
Here’s what you should know — a pitch deck is a story. That’s it. Is your pitch deck worth watching as much as watching Stranger Things on Netflix? If not, then don’t bother sending it over.
Now let’s write a proper, concise guide on how to write your pitch deck smartly. I’ll even link you to my recommended template and structure.
Phase 1 — Storyboarding the deck
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