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Matthew Ferrara: Your Brand is...  Read more

Training and coaching and information are good starting points; but nothing motivates someone to take a risk like telling them you believe in them.  Read more

[VIDEO} Matthew Ferrara explores leadership that unlocks our potential and inspires others - and creates a powerful competitive asset.  Read more

If your competitor makes a sale today, congratulate them. Then refocus your attention on your own plans for success.  Read more

What's the point of "branding" if there's nobody at your company listening for real-time customer experiences ready for impact?  Read more

Your brand isn't just a logo and a bunch of tools. It's the expression of why you work. Matthew Ferrara explores the importance of believing your brand values as much as your customers do.  Read more

How can you build a Renaissance Mindset for your life and career? Imagine if you started each day with "What if..."  Read more

Why this UPS video is one of my favorite examples of branding at its best.  Read more

As each of us looks ahead at our careers and lives, we find ourselves periodically asking, "What am I doing?" Here's my answer.  Read more

The next competitive advantage for sales organizations won't be in gadgets and gobbledygook. It will be better management.  Read more

A quote from Matthew Ferrara's recent presentation "Yellow Pants and Pirates" on the single most important belief people must have in order to be successful.  Read more

Matthew Ferrara explores how Marriott hotels is delivering customer service right - from online to offline and beyond.  Read more

Observations from the global travels of Matthew Ferrara.  Read more

Matthew Ferrara explores how people, like cities, need more than a resource plan, to achieve great growth. (Photo: Shanghai)  Read more

Why you don't need to "get out of your comfort zone" to create positive change in your life and career.  Read more