Monday, March 28, 2011

How To Pitch: The Rachel Sequoia Way

This three minute video has been making the rounds. It is a great video, and a great pitch. This actually fits my idea of a pitch. A pitch should be a video clip. "Passionate and irreverent, she presented her concept entitled Share The Air in bare-feet and using hand drawn illustrations to articulate her points. She was looking for $500,000 to help get her idea off the ground....." You can see her lift the energy in the room as she wades through. "I am not a fighter." I like that line. "I am a lover, not a fighter." "Air is at least 6% energy." Great. I have been wanting to say that the longest time. I said something similar in a blog post on January 29. You pack the revolution into the air. Bare feet. I like that. Awesome.
Mount Everest from Kalapatthar.Image via Wikipedia
She is onto something here. This is not frivolous. If this is frivolous then photo taking is frivolous. "Here's the big idea. I will sell air." "A 10,000 dollar jar would be air from the top of Mount Everest." Ye for Nepal. "..... let's say, a mountain from Nepal." Yeah, Rachel, we are talking. She has a thing for Nepal. She is like, give me 500,000, I will bring Nepal to your home. ".... air, because it's a really good thing."
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