Everyone thinks that selling can be extremely difficult, a gift sometimes given to the few. But have you ever thought, that selling yourself to your family, your bosses, and your friends may be more important? Having an elevator speech is important but shining the right light on what you do can help you excel.
Key takeaways include:
- How to sell yourself in the workplace.
- How to develop a quick pitch.
- How to develop a Network and develop leads.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
For over 4 decades, Larry has served the financial and estate needs of friends and clients. He is a resident of Pensacola, Florida, formerly an adjunct professor at Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ, as well as Pensacola State College, Pensacola, FL. School of Business. He is the co-creator of “Your Flight Path Towards Financial Literacy”, a guide for high school students presented to students of the Pace Center for Girls in Pensacola, FL.
A student of U.S. Financial History. Larry has consulted to the Curators Office of the New York Federal Reserve, The Museum of American Finance, Archives International Auctions; Heritage Auctions, and Stacks Bowers Galleries.
His Belief: “It is my responsibility to provide the financial clarity for friends and clients to achieve the proper balance of protection, savings, and growth based upon their timeframe, goals, and desires. This allows more time to enjoy life by having their money work for them, instead of working for their money.”