The other day, as we were having our Sunday night Family Dinner, the topic of pitching came up. Both of my brothers have young kids (K-5th) and what they both expressed to me was the importance of simplifying things; of giving new coaches only what they absolutely need to know and not overwhelming them. They are familiar with my work teaching entrepreneurs how to put together an elevator pitch, and challenged me to apply the lessons of that book to teaching pitching (and hitting).
My Pitching Elevator Pitch
One of the lessons of Elevator Pitch Essentials is to gradually increase the detail you provide the audience.
Pitching in One Word
Pitching in One Phrase
Focus on the Glove and let it Rip with your Hips.