Overview: Personal Credibility: Becoming Credible w/ Mitchell Levy
Roger is happy to bring Mitchell Levy back to the podcast for another timely discussion on personal credibility. They cover a variety of topics beginning with a subject we each need to consider both personally and professionally, the importance of personal credibility and bringing creditability to the relationships we have.
After hundreds of discussions with successful and influential business leaders, Mitchell shares some of his observations and insights including the need for us all to be timely, and punctual. Time is a precious commodity so we all can do a better job respecting our time.
Roger and Mitchel also discuss the importance of purpose & passion, but can we also articulate it. What is it we need to do to clearly explain what we do and why it matters? Learn what a CPOP is and how we can communicate it more clearly. There are some important lessons here for us to hear.
Then they discuss whether we are listening well to others? Not just hearing but also understanding.
I think many would agree, that life can be hard and scary but Roger and Mitchel want to bring some light to the situation. In fact, they clearly point out that we each can fix this, that we individually can make a difference, you perhaps are the difference that is needed in the world, in the life of those you are interacting with. Basically, we build our personal credibility by being a better person.
This is another episode you’ll be glad you heard so sit back, enjoy and be sure to take some notes.
Guest Name: Mitchell Levy
About Our Guest: Mitchell Levy
Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy is a 2x TEDx speaker, an international
bestselling author of over 60 books, and an executive coach at Marshall
Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches. After interviewing 500 thought leaders on
credibility, he published a 7-country international bestselling book, delivered a
powerful TEDx on humanity, created courses, and created the Credibility
Nation membership community to help those live, learn and surround
themselves with others on the credibility journey.
He’s an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in
Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over
750 books. He’s provided strategic consulting to hundreds of companies and has
been the chairman of a board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been
happily married for thirty-one years and prior to covid-19, would regularly spend four weeks a year in Europe with family and friends.
- Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth.
Becoming creditable is a characteristic that is an admirable trait to develop. Listen as Mitchell explains this principle and how it applies to each of us individually. This is Mitchell speaking at Tedx.
Roger also mentioned this offer that Mitchell is giving the listeners of the podcast, 2 months of free access to creditability nation. Go here to sign up and participate in the Creditable Nation experience.
And then there is the quarterly event, Ultimate Credibility Bootcamp that you are invited to attend.
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