It’s fall, y’all. Here at Trevero, we are enjoying chilly weather and using rainy weekends to spend a few hours on the couch with a new leadership book. We wanted to share some of the resources we love right now with you, our Trevero fam. Pick one that catches your eye, grab your favorite fall […]
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Leadership…a term that some believe is constantly evolving and is indefinable; also a word that thousands of books and podcasts are centered around. There are several opinions and definitions of leadership; some that contradict one another, others that are just fluffy reiterations of a previous definition or perspective. So how does one navigate the endless […]
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Punch the Performance Factor in the Throat.
If you want to lead others well, you’ve got to start by leading you. Leading yourself to become a better leader and a better person requires humility, commitment, and self-awareness. Today, I’m focusing on the self-awareness piece. None of us can see ourselves clearly. We need people outside of us who are willing to tell […]
If you have your goals in mind and are ready to amplify your outcomes, try these three tweaks. Apply just one, or do all three for a real reset!
In January, my husband and I took a month off TV. No Netflix, no Hulu, no TV news. Our goal was to become more intentional and creative with our evenings—playing games, reading, having friends over, conversing with one another. Up until January, we were in the habit of watching a few episodes before bed each […]
Each of us has the power to care for another human being by paying attention to them. How can you use this today to transform your own leadership? How can you use this most ancient of practices to care for those around you? How can this be a gateway to creating an edifying work environment where people feel appreciated?
Ease is a fact of life. We live in an abundant society where we don’t have to grind our own flour to make bread from scratch every day. And thank goodness for that! Here’s what I’m learning, though. Ease isn’t an end in and of itself. The fact that I had to put effort into something and really work up a sweat can make the end product sweeter. Even more than that, working hard cultivates my character.