Interview: Matt Upton – Wisdom Coach

Matt UptonMatt Upton’s employment career has taken him from selling cards and lawn care to flipping burgers, folding tacos, selling knives, air conditioners, home insulation, to overseeing housing developments, to leading a sales force in five western states for a food manufacturer, leading various for profit businesses as well as non-profit businesses. The common thread has always involved public speaking.

As a professional speaker, writer, wisdom coach, and trainer Matt has conducted over 3000 presentations both throughout the United States as well internationally. His background in small groups and large group setting presentations has positioned him as an authority the area of business, personal and relationship growth.

He brings to the audience participants his successes and failures with humor and professionalism allowing them to learn while enjoying their invested time.

Matt works through the theme On the Move … FORWARD. This has enabled individuals as well as businesses both small and large advance forward to the next level of success. His work takes him across the United States and internationally.

Pro-Track Profile

Matt is enrolled in the 2010 Pro-Track class sponsored by the Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association.

He has experience speaking internationally in Bulgaria, to hear about his adventures there and his impressions of the Pro-Track program, click on the icon podcast below.

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What brilliant insight about audience body language in Bulgaria being the opposite of what we know to be true in the West — there, folded arms means I like it, and a shaking head means, “Oh yeah!”

Way to go, Matt.

Matt, you are the best.

Matt, thank you so much for speaking at our local chapter meeting. Your inspiration and commitment in what you do makes me realize that we all hold the power to grow and to achieve our goals in what ever that may be.



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