Welcome to Elements of Community!
I am your host, Lucas Root, and in this episode, we are going to talk about human credibility and the importance of clearly articulating your purpose. Joining me in this episode is Mitchell Levy, a 2x TEDx speaker, an international bestselling author of over 60 books, a creator of over 20 Silicon Valley businesses, and a Global Credibility Expert.
Mitchell believes that credibility is not a destination, it is a journey. Credibility is your character and other people’s perception of your character.
Here’s just a taste of our talking points this week:
More About Credibility Nation
The name of Mitchell’s community is Credibility Nation— a lifelong learning membership community of credible vs. dubious peers who live and do business together credibly.
Credibility Nation’s huge, yet, obtainable set of goals are the following:
- To create a world we will be proud to live in.
- To create a world we will be proud to pass on to future generations.
- To create an environment today where we love what we do, who we work with, and the contribution we make to those we associate with.
With the new robust definition of credibility. They are making it easy for companies and individuals to figure out what credibility is and the steps to take to increase your credibility.
Mitchell Defines an Effective Community
For Mitchell, an effective community is the five elements which are, common language, common project, common value, common purpose, and common heart.
The easiest for Mitchell is the common language which talks about mission versus goals. But having five elements associated with community is a powerful blueprint moving forward.
Other subjects we covered on the show:
- How does interviewing 500 thought leaders lead to building a community?
- Why does Mitchell specifically call the purpose, the compass that guides us?
- Mitchell shared his thoughts about what makes an effective leader.
- The 10 elements of credibility.
- What is community engagement and how does Mitchell foster that in his community?
- How does Mitchell grow the heart in his community?
- Ways to encourage your community to dance.
If you want to know more about Mitchell Levy, you may reach out to him at: