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What Do People Do That Immediately Undermine or Erode Their Credibility?

How do you immediately lose your credibility from being on stage or in person? Does the way you dress up reflect your integrity as a person? In this Dear Credibility Expert episode, Mitchell Levy answers these intriguing and thought-provoking questions as he tackles more edifying lessons about being human. Tune in to learn more!

Here are highlights from this episode:

  • In terms of who you are and how you show up, your focus as a human is to. #BeYou.
  • It’s treating everyone with respect, treating those regardless of how they show up, you’re treating them as human, as someone who is of value. And if you’re a servant leader and you’re there to serve, it doesn’t matter what station that person is in. #Credibility
  • When you’re hosting or when you’re leading, your job is to spread credust. Your job is to be able to share the ideas, thoughts, and actions of those people who brought you there in such a way that everyone wins. #SpreadingCredust

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Mitchell Levy
Mitchell Levyhttps://mitchelllevy.com/
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 TEDx on humanity, created courses, and created the Credibility Nation membership community that supports those who want to live and play more credibly.He's an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have pu blished 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-three years and prior to covid-19, regularly spent four weeks a year in Europe with family and friends.

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    It is commonly believed that the credibility is a personal characteristic, a moral quality of the person issuing the communication message. We talk about integrity (Aristotle in “Rhetoric” identified in honesty, consistency and reliability the quality of the person credible) of reliability, consistency, reliability, etc., as a set of attitudes that converge in that person. According to the contemporary psychological and sociological reflection however, credibility is something that is recognized by others, even if it not be able to leave out of consideration of the actual qualities owned by that person. In any communicative relationship the people give each other some credibility that constitutes “the agreement” which governs the relationship. The credibility is given to the person who has (or is deemed to have), knowledge and expertise, or who embodies the model of life and behavior to which we ourselves aspire, who share our values and are bearers of those values which enjoy greater consideration in our society. Still, the credibility refers to the perception of a positive relationship between sender and receiver. It is also defined as affective correspondence, as it relies on the emotional dimension. Ultimately, the credibility is always linked to the role, as the role is idealized and perceived positively in society, and also to the way individuals interpret that particular role with their own personality, giving it strength and thickness.
    Someone said that credibility, like virginity, can only be lost once and never recovered.

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