Creating Community with Author & Founder of NTWRKR Christopher Hussey (Legacy Leadership 163)

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This Week’s Guest On Legacy Leadership Is Christoper Hussey


CEO and Founder of NTWRKR Christopher Hussey is joining us on this week’s podcast episode!


Christopher’s latest book, Create Community: 21 Amazing Leaders Show You How To Attract, Retain, & Grow Your Network Marketing Community actually features a chapter from Adrian Chenault our CEO and Co-Founder at Contact Mapping.


In addition to talking about how this book became a movement of its own, Chris and Adrian will discuss Adrian’s concept, Greater Than Zero: How To Build A Winning Team Through The Power of Tiny Actions that was featured in the book, and how it can be implemented in your business!

Key Quotes From The Show:

  • “The promise of our profession is not selling, the promise of our profession is community. It’s people, it’s understanding that that relationship is everything. If you wanna be a transactional person in our profession, you’re in the wrong profession. If you just want to be a salesperson, if your goal is to get paid right now, then go sell something. But if your goal is to develop mature, develop yourself, develop a business that is life-changing over time. That’s our profession, that’s community, and that’s what we do.”
  • “John Melton talks about layered leadership, on not being the only person on the planet that takes care of stuff, but building layer over layer over layer of leaders and builders and champions that can help you go to the next level, literally removing yourself from being the only person. That’s the promise of our profession. My wife hasn’t worked a single day outside our home since the day we decided to be together and I am home 300 days a year with my family. You don’t get that selling stuff. You get that building a community business, you get that in our profession.”
  • “The reality is this, people are looking for a place where they feel at home, where they feel loved, where they feel included, where they feel welcomed, where they feel like they have purpose, where they feel like people actually listen to them and want them there, that that’s what people are looking for because life is not simple right now. It just isn’t. And so if you’re just transactional, if you’re just trying to “hit it and quit it,” I know that’s a horrible word for some people, if you’re just trying to hit it and quit it, you might get paid, but it’s not gonna last. But if you build a fire, a raging fire that people can warm themselves by and you continue to create that crowd success is inevitable and it will be larger than your wildest dreams.”