Thoughts on Branding

  1. Interviewed by Peter Davis Photographed by Theresa Keil   Describe your leadership style. I’m interested in creating a transformational […]

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  2. Contact your most profitable clients and offer to listen to what they have to say about your offerings and your company. From the results you’ll know whether it’s time to repair or nurture the relationship, or if you have the green light to ask for new business.

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  3. Branding is a way of signifying through story, symbols and metaphor, what you believe in and why it matters. It’s a beacon to attract fellow believers to the cause.

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  4. Your story is the one thing you own that your competition can’t replicate.

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  5. Uncover your ground truth and avoid cliches by asking questions that matter. Strong purpose-driven leaders won’t mind.

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  6. 5 Questions with Paul Wolman, CEO at Feats Inc., Board Chair of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s LEADERship Program, and Adjunct Faculty at Maryland Institute College of Art.

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  7. Before strategy, branding, marketing, advertising, or sales, is your story. Your story is the deep well from which the all the others spring.

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  8. Kelly Keenan Trumpbour, Founder of See Jane Invest, believes that when you tell your story it should be about your vision for the future rather than a recap of past accomplishments.

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  9. Solve problems like water does. Yield, adapt, change form and direction, and move unstoppably forward.

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  10. I love what I do — help visionary leaders make the difference they were put on earth to do. It starts with a compelling story.

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