Pitch Like a Goddess
If you’ve been building your venture for a little while, chances are, you are feeling tired, under-resourced, and pretty lonely. Worst of all, you’re scared to dip your toe into raising the necessary “first round” $500k-$2m for your venture.
The reason you’re scared has nothing to do with the quality of your vision or venture. It’s because you have not yet mastered how to “pitch like a goddess” – to anchor deeply into your highest vision for humanity, and then communicate it with authority and clarity to invite others to join you.
The key is to understand the difference between your feminine leadership energy (which is magnetic and visionary), and your masculine leadership energy (which holds a strong container, including deciding your fundraising amount and timeline.)
In this electrifying, laser-focused workshop, you’ll experience a shift in:
– how to re-frame your pitch deck to become compelling to any outsider who doesn’t understand your business
– how to re-frame your strategy so you can magnetize values-aligned supporters – and keep out the rest
– how to stay grounded, anchored, and powerfully connected to your own vision as you shift, grow, and transform yourself and your venture.
This framework is based on Nilima’s personal experience scaling her paradigm-shifting sex education program to half a million youth, in a foreign country, with a team of only 3 people and a handful of cash. It has also helped other founders raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in a few short weeks, and millions in follow-on funding.
Previous engagements: Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, RISE by Barclays, and more.
“Nilima’s workshop started with her own, very inspirational story, and then led us through a powerful self-reflection exercise. Attendees left feeling empowered and emboldened to fundraise from a position of strength. Some attendee comments:
’This is really good and I don’t know one founder who would not benefit from this even if they are beyond early rounds.’
’This is completely paradigm-shifting — thank you so much for this mental and emotional reframe!’”
Katrin de Haen, co-founder at The Fourth Floor, a board seat marketplace for women
“I can’t recommend Nilima enough if you want a talk to inspire as much as it informs. She addressed issues of feeling unworthy, being underestimated or simply finding investors that actually get the problem you’re solving… as well as tactical advice to get out there and raise.We are still radiating from your energy and warmth, as well as your advice!!”
Jules Mossler, mentor at Black Ambition by Pharrell Williams