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Power Pitching with Killer Pitch Master Precious Williams
Episode 3324th March 2021 • This Shit Works • Julie Brown
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When was the last time you saw someone walk away with a whopping $500,000 dollars by bluffing their way onto national television? My guest today is a 13-time elevator pitch champion who has stuns every crowd she stands in front of with her amazing pitches. I am absolutely thrilled to share with you today my conversation with the Killer Pitch Master Precious Williams!

Precious is the ​Founder and CEO of Perfect Pitches by Precious, LLC. She has worked with top Fortune 500 companies, successful service-based entrepreneurs, and speakers to help them slay their competitions with powerful pitches, communication skills, and speaker training services. Precious has also authored 3 books, including the best-selling Bad Bitches and Power Pitches. She is working on the launch of her third book, ​Pitching for Profit: The Bad Bitches' Playbook to Convert Conversations into Currency​

Listen in today as Precious discusses how the perfect pitch will get you anything you wish to achieve. She teaches you how to use all of the things people say is wrong with you to your advantage - to make your unbelievable comeback. Listen in for the story behind the making of this incredible personality- how she turned an idea for a lingerie business into a pitch that attracted people and financing to actually start it!

Listen in to hear Precious' 5 things that will turn your pitch into a Killer Pitch - beyond those 5 things, remember the most important of all is to believe in yourself, your abilities, strengths, and talents, even the hidden ones.

The Cocktail of the Week​ is called Hanky Panky. The Hanky Panky cocktail was invented at the Savoy Hotel somewhere between 1903 and 1923 by Ada Coleman. But her legacy lives on through this drink, thanks in part to its inclusion in Harry Craddock’s famous The Savoy cocktail book, printed in 1930.


●  1.5 ounces of gin

●  1.5 ounces of sweet vermouth

●  Two dashes of Fernet Branca (No more than two dashes, please. This is strong. Be careful.)

In a mixing glass filled with ice, pour the gin sweet vermouth and the fernet Branca. Add a dash of orange juice if you like. Stir well for at least 30 seconds and then strain into a martini glass. Garnish with an orange belt.

This interview and its contents are sponsored by Nickerson, a full-service branding, marketing, and PR and communications agency with team members in Boston, LA, Miami, and NYC.

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Precious Williams:

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