Learn More About Trey Campbell
Someone Worth Following
Trey believes that the key to being a great leader is being someone worth following, and he wants to teach people at every age how to accomplish that feat. Throughout his career, Trey has held various positions of leadership in his community and within his profession with such organizations and institutions as the Nashville Junior Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, the Public Relations Society of America, Belmont University PR Major Advisor, and the Direct Selling Association, just to name a few.
Live Out Your Leadership
Several of his many accolades in life and business include being named a 2011 40 Under 40 winner by the Nashville Business Journal, presented with a lifetime achievement award in public relations and communications by the Public Relations Society in Nashville along with 24 individual awards for work in the industry, the 2013 Best in Business Award by the Nashville Business Journal, and winning five awards for his Southwestern Advantage consumer blog.
Living out your leadership is something Trey strongly believes. He has served on, set up, and led 16 mission trips to Mexico, Africa, Haiti, and Nicaragua—showing how excellent leaders lead by example and action. Trey has also worked with tens of thousands of young people—encouraging them, guiding them, and shaping them into spirit-filled leaders—because everyone deserves the opportunity to become a leader who creates impact and expands their influence.
Spirit-Filled Leadership: 12 Principles to Becoming a Person Others Want to Follow
You have the innate desire to be a leader. Sometimes, you simply don’t know how to get there. Trey believes that you have what it takes to be a person who others follow. When you are deeply rooted in family, faith, and values, you can’t help but let it take hold of your professional life. People see you live it out and they want what you have: spirit-filled leadership. Trey uses biblical teaching, personal experiences, and anecdotes from influential leaders and puts them into 12 simple principles that help you become a person who others want to follow.
72 Days: The Essential Habits of a Spiritually Centered Salesperson
We all know the age-old idea that a habit is formed in 21 days, but new studies show that it might take longer than 21 days for habits to hold. In a world where we crave efficiency, information is at our fingertips, and we find ourselves only giving seconds of our time to commercials, web pages, etc., increasing the time it takes to form good habits can be irritating and discouraging. The good news is that slowing down and centering yourself will make a difference in your ability to sell your products and services. It’s proven. One of the world-premiere sales and leaderships programs, Southwestern Advantage, operates within this model.