How do I storyboard my pitch?

Contrary to common practice, the best pitches don't start with creating slides - they start with constructing a storyboard that connects all the key talking points in the pitch into one coherent narrative. One method is to use sticky notes to help facilitate this process.

Check out this article by Elaine Chen featuring Nick Meyer's sticky note method.

Also check out these two talks on Slideshare by Elaine Chen on developing a great pitch.

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