The more words you use to describe what you do, the less the chances it’s going to be relevant for the person you are introducing it to.
We got used to jargon, adverbs, adjectives, buzz words, complex sentences, convoluted paragraphs, confusing language tricks and zero substance. Our brain is trained to disconnect as soon as things get too fuzzy. We lose our audience before we can even explain what it is we do.
The antidote to this is talking to the people you want to serve.
For 99% of our awake time, we are ourselves people someone else wants to serve. Yet, when our roles switch, we start believing the same things that would get our attention and money need to be made more complicated.
No one has time to waste on your pitch, save them time and get to their point.