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About Mitchell Levy
Global Credibility Expert, Mitchell Levy, is a human whose purpose in life is to serve those who want to be seen as credible and win the war against those in Dubious Nation.
Mitchell has interviewed over 500 thought leaders from across the world on their credibility. This led him to uncover amazing insights on what credibility really is and why it’s important in today’s world, making him the go-to expert on credibility.
Mitchell has been a Thought Leadership Evangelist for 25 years and TEDx/Commencement speaker. He sat as a chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell is an International bestselling author of over 60 books and has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 850 books.
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On the one side, there’s Credibility Nation which is composed of humans who go about life and their business with credibility and servant leadership. On the other side, there’s Dubious Nation which is composed of humans who live and conduct their business with self-interest as their highest priority.
Dubious Nation is on a winning streak and is vanquishing Credibility Nation a thousand times over. It’s shocking to see how many people are forgetting how important it is to live and transact business in a credible way.
I believe that there’s still hope. There’s still a way for Credibility Nation to win. It definitely won’t be easy, and it won’t happen in a day, but we can do it.
The path toward credibility starts with seeing and acknowledging that the world has changed.
We used to live in a village economy where people did business with a handshake. That was a time when people exchanged goods and services for other goods and services without using money. In that kind of economy, when a proprietor's product didn’t live up to expectations, the villagers would either self-correct or ostracize.
After the village economy, we transitioned to and are now in the industrial age. Didn't we leave the industrial age and move into the Internet age. Sort of. What we've done is to primarily use technology to extend the processes, rules, and approaches to business and life that were developed in the industrial age.
The industrial age is a time where power and status are everything. The higher you rise on the corporate ladder, no matter what means you took to get there, the more successful and happier you become. The industrial age is dominated by self-satisfaction and self-interest.
Today, we’re slowly transitioning to the global village. It is similar to the village economy with the big difference being our reach. We can now reach and need to be aware of millions of people from around the world.
The keys to success and happiness in the global village are credibility and relationships. Since technology has enabled us to connect with more people, how we live and do business can easily be seen. Thus, presenting ourselves as credibly as we can allows others to want to get to know, like, and trust us.
I wrote this book with the intention of enlightening humanity about what credibility truly is, how important it is as we move forward to the future, and how we can transform ourselves into credible humans.
My hope is that this book will serve as a wake-up call, a reminder, and a blueprint for those who want to join me in this movement toward credibility.
Now, take a look at yourself. Are you more in alignment with Credibility Nation than Dubious Nation? Or maybe, it’s the other way around.
If you feel you're more dubious than credible, that’s okay. Don’t worry. There’s always room for change and transformation. There will always be people who will lend you a helping hand and guide you toward credibility.
The doors of Credibility Nation will always be open to those who are willing and ready to transform themselves into better human beings. It’s up to you to take that first step. Will you take it? We need you to be the human you know in your heart you want to be. Please join me in this epic battle against Dubious Nation.
The goal in my lifetime is to tip the scale.
C-Suite Executives have a lot to deal with every day—from being the rainmaker of their business to effectively leading the people in their company. Due to their overwhelming duties, there will be times when they get stuck. It's not easy being a C-Suite Executive; they always need to be at their best. However, they are only human, and there will be times that they need all the help they can get.
Are you a C-Suite Executive? If yes, then this book is just for you! C-Suite Executives’ Guide to Success is created to help C-Suite Executives overcome the difficulties of being a leader and guide them toward success. In this book, experienced C-Suite Network advisors share nuggets of wisdom that can certainly change your day (and even your life!), making you a more effective and successful leader.
C-Suite Executives’ Guide to Success is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHA messages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat, and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ via this link: http://aha.pub/CSuiteExecutivesGuide
Silicon Valley is recognized globally as a hotbed of innovation, leadership, and entrepreneurship. It's the birthplace of world-famous companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook and home to a few legends such as NASA at the Ames Research Center. Our 16 authors have created a book 16 high-impact chapters that can give you and your business the Silicon Valley advantage and success.
Why is Silicon Valley such an entrepreneurial place? A major contributor to the phenomenon is our diversity—half of us don't speak English at home. But our diversity goes far beyond ethnicity. A wide variety of perspectives, leadership & thinking styles, management, and work approaches also contribute to the success & growth mindset of Silicon Valley, creating breakthroughs that have disrupted international business models (Airbnb and Uber) and even shifted our perception of the future of meat (the "Impossible Burger"). This book is a practical guide for those who want to invest in their personal growth & learn how to better manage their business.
We're also one of the most educated regions in the United States—nearly half of us graduated from college, and about a fifth have earned graduate degrees. Businesses here are filled with smart, well-educated, successful men & women. But like all organizations made up of people, we are subject to the same pitfalls that threaten businesses everywhere in the world.
Many businesses that were successful 100 years ago no longer exist. Trapped by their own success, they gradually learned to reduce risk and avoid failure at all costs and consequently squelched or killed their personal development, innovation, and creativity. This made them vulnerable to new situations, competition from new or more aggressive businesses with less to lose & difficult conversations. Are your greatest contributions and successes behind you or ahead of you? Even brilliant people can underperform at work—or fail—for entirely predictable (and avoidable!) reasons. This book showcases the crucial conversations that effective people and effective leadership have in order to achieve growth success.
Similar hazards face successful executives, professionals, and leaders of every kind. One danger of success is the increased difficulty of recognizing and adjusting to shifts in the business work environment. No one knows this better than the former leaders of Nokia and Kodak, two once-great international businesses that ignored crucial conversations & the timeless wisdom that a peak always conceals a treacherous valley.
It can be hard to see new possibilities that will allow future success, especially when it requires letting go of previously effective strategies that served you well & having difficult conversations. This is where the outside perspective of a consultant can be particularly useful. Our 16 authors offer you a competitive advantage in the business world and an alternative to that treacherous valley.
Thank you is more than a phrase. It is a responsibility to pass on the love received. Another great time to say the phrase is when someone pays us a compliment. When in doubt, just say thank you. Do not worry about showing too much gratitude to the people around you. There is no downside to that. In this book you will learn 140 languages in saying "Thank you!"
Thank You! is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by going to AHAthat.com and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. You can also type http://aha.pub/ThankYou in your social status to give someone a special thank you.
The Internet is a free world. Anyone can post just about anything online. Some posts are true; some are false but can seem true. If you want people to believe something or convince them of its validity, all you have to do is post numerous contents maintaining the same message.
Discerning which ones are authentic and which ones are not can be pretty tough. This leads netizens to be wary. As someone who is trying to establish their brand or name, how do you convince people, especially the millennials, that you are authentic?
The AHAbook, Millennial Thought Leaders Are Authentic, shows you how you can work on your authenticity and show people that unlike others out there, you are real.
There are many things you can do within your company that can promote your brand's authenticity. Being authentic has to start from the inside so it comes out naturally. The most effective way to promote your brand is not to be aggressive in selling, but to earn people's trust. When they trust you, they'll want to promote your products.
Millennial Thought Leaders Are Authentic is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Wouldn't it be great if you could press the easy button?
- That button that would make finding and sharing content on social media easy.
- That button that would make writing your book easy.
Wait no longer.
Here comes a new platform called AHAthat, http://AHAthat.com, where you can write a book in eight hours — or as Carly Alyssa Thorne and Jeff Shavitz do it, in TWO HOURS! Sounds amazing, huh? AHAthat makes it easy to SHARE, AUTHOR, and PROMOTE yourself (i.e. your brand). It is the first AHAleadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market that allows you to: 1) easily build your brand by sharing others' quotes with proper attribution and 2) show your expertise by creating your book in eight hours and having others share your quotes. Today, there are over 36,000 quotes from recognized AHAleaders (i.e. Thought Leaders) that you can share in seconds FOR FREE!
There's a time-tested, proven, eight-step process that hundreds of authors have used to write their books in eight hours or less. This book illuminates why this is important.
Each AHAbook is comprised of 140 bite-sized quotes called AHAmessages. These quotes can be easily shared to different social media channels, from Twitter to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. These aren't just ordinary quotes; these are messages that impose wisdom and give answers or solutions to readers' problems. They don't just inspire, they also help. Increase your influence today by writing your own social-media-enabled book at http://AHAthat.com/Author!
Hey, Did You AHAthat? is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
With the changing environment that the Internet and social media is bringing about, it's not as much about the global organization, but the individual experts turned thought leaders in the organizations whose names you associate with expertise in their respective niches. These thought leaders are being helped by their organizations to crowdsource books and eBooks, write articles, blog, tweet, speak at conferences and webinars, as well as to get quoted in traditional media on events and trends in the marketplace. Through them, the organizations' messages are being amplified in the marketplace.
Mitchell Levy on Creating Thought Leaders (2nd Edition) helps the experts inside organizations think about and act on becoming thought leaders. Sections of the book include: why organizations should do it, what does it take, who else has made the transition, benefits they will receive, how they need to craft and define their message, and what H.E.L.P. they need to get to get to the next level.
If you are tapped by your organization to be a thought leader or are considering just diving in and taking the lead yourself, this book is for you. This aha from the beginning of the book should appeal to the organization: “Prospects making purchasing decisions are looking for thought leaders in their space to learn from before taking action” (#54). The last aha of this book should appeal to the expert: “Being a thought leader is one of the most rewarding positions to be in life. Why not work to make it yours!” (#140). You owe it to yourself to pick up and read this book ... more than once!
Mitchell Levy on Creating Thought Leaders (2nd Edition) is part of the THiNKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweets/ahas).
The Internet has given everyone a microphone and there's a lot of noise out there. With so many choices, you need to be recognized as someone who can help others with their pain points. You do this through thought leadership. Thought leaders are recognized experts in their field. No matter which industry you’re in, if you’re a thought leader, others will look to you to solve their problem. As a society, we now do business with those that we know, like and trust. Being recognized as a thought leader is a key component in getting known. Being seen and being heard as a thought leader in today’s world takes more than just speaking. In order for you to be recognized as the person who can solve other’s pain point, you need to be able to connect with people and create relationships of trust and respect.
Thought leadership needs to come from the heart. The sincerity of helping others can make the biggest difference, not just to you but to your client as well. What role does our heart play in being seen and being heard? When we’re passionate about what we do, it shows in everything we do, and people see that. We are seen as someone who loves helping others succeed and that kind of passion attracts people to us.
Thought leadership needs to be seen and demonstrated not just at the individual layer but at the organizational layer. One component of that is conducting fundamental research to better the industry. Another component is having the employees share this content in a helpful, not salesy way while building trust in their ecosystem. The individuals in your team need to work together and be in-sync and their goals. Nirvana is to be recognized by your clients and the industry as a thought partner – someone who clients include in their initial thinking process.
BEing Seen and BEing Heard as a Thought Leader is what individuals and businesses need to do to survive the transition from the industrial age to the social age... and not just survive, but succeed with a vengeance.
BEing Seen and BEing Heard as a Thought Leader is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHA messages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat, and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ via this link: http://aha.pub/ThoughtLeadership
- What are the makings of a good cause marketing company?
- Am I cut out for this? Do I have a clear picture of my goal?
- Do I have a specific goal in mind?
- Is my company in line with the cause I have in mind?
Once you've answered these questions, you'll need to identify the cause that you're going to pursue. Taking your first steps will be challenging. Of all the things that you need to take care of, which ones do you prioritize? How do you map out your plan?
Cause Marketing Essentials and the Road to Success gives you a clear picture of what cause marketing is all about. It gives you plenty of tips and guidance for every step in the process. The book not only shows you how to properly set up your cause, but more importantly, it teaches you how to be successful in whatever cause you chose and how to stay on top of things without feeling burned out.
Cause Marketing Essentials and the Road to Success is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Building and Understanding Company Culture and Transition is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your influence by picking up the Aha Amplifier to easily share quotes on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Physical locations allow businesses to provide real, face-to-face customer experiences that drive loyalty and make the customer want to come back. As you read this book, you will learn that physical locations are just a part of the whole business mix. Other factors that apply regardless of whether there are physical locations or not include brand building, maintaining customer relationships, delivering excellent customer experience, and advertising. Understanding each element will contribute to the success of your business.
Driving Foot Traffic is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AhaMessages. Increase your influence by picking up the Aha Amplifier to easily share quotes on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Over the years, email marketing has evolved along with the development of technology, business and the world. Email marketing of the old is dead and we are now in the age when email marketing has become a channel for supporting engagement and conversation among human beings.
How should today's marketers look at email? Email marketing is a way to nurture people and relationships. There should be continuous relevant communication with viable, potential customers, regardless of the time to buy. Email is all about support a dialogue and not about selling products. Move away from the "how do I get this person to buy" mindset and stay focused on helping a person find a solution to their problems. With email marketing, you can send the right message at the right time to the person you want to reach.
Thought leaders Brian Carroll @BrianJCarroll, Kneko Burney @KnekoBurney, Linda West @misslindawest, Liz Miller @LizKMiller, and Rachel Rosin @RachelRosin, echo each other in saying that business success happens when you use email marketing in the way it should be used. Email marketing is effective in drawing successful customer engagement that lead to higher conversion rates. It is like music that people want to listen to.
Is email marketing dead? The verdict is in this AhaBook and the answer is a resounding NO!
Read on to know to learn techniques and strategies for using email to build your business success. Learn about testing, segmentation, click-through rates, conversion rates and more!
140 Reasons Email Marketing is Not Dead is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AhaMessages. Increase your influence by picking up the Aha Amplifier to easily share quotes on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.