Repeatable Brand Strategy

How successful brands are outmaneuvering the competition with a 2,300-year-old strategy

What is it that makes some brands timeless and successful and makes others forgotten overnight? What if you could bottle up whatever that is and apply it to your own brand for sustainable competitive advantage?

As marketers, our primary problem today is not brand confusion but rather confusion about brand.

When it comes down to the essentials of what makes a brand successful, Aristotle gave us the answer around 2,300 years ago. What’s more, he made it into a repeatable method that just about anyone can use to create a more successful brand.

In this 35-minute replay, Flint McGlaughlin, Managing Director, MECLABS Institute, shows you how to apply Aristotle’s framework to your brand and marketing so you can outmaneuver your competitors.

You’ll learn:

  • The three propositions required to build a strong brand
  • What syllogism is, why it’s essential to branding, and how to apply it in your own organization
  • The exact method one successful company used to build a brand from scratch



Flint McGlaughlin


Paul Cheney
Greg Hamilton

Video Production and Editing

Brent Knauff
Tara Marotta
Luke Thorpe

Technical Production

Selena Blue
Ken Bowen
Christine Risberg



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