The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Mitchell Levy Discusses the Importance of Clarity in Building Credibility

Mitchell Levy Discusses the Importance of Clarity in Building Credibility

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Show Notes
About the Guest(s):

Mitchell Levy is a global credibility expert, author, and executive coach. He has written over 65 books and is a two-time TEDx speaker. Mitchell is the author of “Credibility Nation” and the founder of the Referral Network Club. He is known for his expertise in helping coaches and consultants develop clarity in their messaging and build credibility in their industries.

Episode Summary:
In this episode, host Chris Voss interviews Mitchell Levy, a global credibility expert and author. They discuss the importance of clarity in building credibility and how it can lead to success in business. Mitchell shares his insights on the key elements of credibility and how to effectively communicate your value to others. He also introduces his new project, the Referral Network Club, which helps coaches and consultants connect and build referral partnerships. Tune in to gain valuable insights on how to establish credibility and attract the right clients.

Key Takeaways:
Credibility is the quality in which you are trusted, known, and liked.
Clarity is the ability to articulate a concept, person, place, or thing in a concise and compelling way.
A Customer Point of Possibilities (CPOP) is a clear and compelling statement that describes who you serve and the pain point or pleasure point you address.
Social proof, such as endorsements and recommendations, plays a crucial role in establishing credibility.
The Referral Network Club provides a platform for coaches and consultants to practice their pitches, meet potential referral partners, and improve their business development skills.

Notable Quotes:
“If you are a credible human, you are of service to others. It’s important to know who you are of service to and what their pain point or pleasure point is.” – Mitchell Levy
“Credibility is being authentic and doing the right thing because it’s the right thing to do.” – Mitchell Levy
“Cred crud are the things that hurt your credibility, such as spelling mistakes, outdated information, or misleading claims.” – Mitchell Levy