Three Things I Learned Pitching to Investors (The Next Women)

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By Kimberly Rothman (Founder, I'd Love To Do That) I have been told that successful actors often worry that they will be "found out" that they are not really any good after all.

As I arrived 5 minutes late and walked into a very hot and crowded room of 10 women entrepreneurs and mentors, it crossed my mind: is my business really worthy of this event, and what the hell had I signed myself up for!

The feedback I got was both constructive and positive, and as I watched the other 9 women pitch I realised that raising money is a process, a journey, some of whom were much further along than others, but EVERYONE has to walk a similar path if they are to succeed in raising money for a business that you are brave enough to go out there and grow.

» Read the full article at The Next Women.