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How to Write a Winning Sales Pitch

07.08.10   |   Interview Advice   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

In her book, Carmen Taran, one of the co-founders of Rexi Media, a presentation skills consulting firm poses the question, “Looking over the presentations you’ve heard, how many beginnings do you still remember? Two, three, five at most.” According to Taran, if you use at least one of these ten techniques in the first 30 seconds of your next presentation you will be among the few presentations remembered.

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Make That Sale!

06.30.10   |   Treeline   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

The show took place yesterday, July 29th at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel in Boston. The game show was made up of three different contests: (1) Share your most memorable sale. (2) Find accurate and complete contact information about a specific prospect using any Sales 2.0 technology within three-minutes and (3) deliver a winning one-minute elevator pitch. Kathleen was part of the second contest, so she had to use technology, such as LinkedIn and Jigsaw to get the contact information of a sales executive.

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The Importance of Being a "Likeable" Sales Professional

06.24.10   |   Interview Advice   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

One of the most important keys to living a happy, healthy and fulfilling life is your ability to build meaningful relationships. While there are many factors that influence the relationships you have with others, being a likable person ranks near the top of the list. Likable people are those who do the little things to connect with people. - The Importance of Being Likable

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The Power of Change; Taking Risks and Making Changes in the Work Place

06.23.10   |   DADOMATCH   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Most people have had experience working in an organization where outdated methods are in place and as a result, the organization suffers. I once worked at a job where appointments were penciled into a calendar, post-its took place of internal emails, and Facebook was merely a trend. When I started there, I would often suggest subtle changes to increase work flow, but after a while, I realized that the organization was stuck in their old ways and without the backing of a team, I felt helpless.

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5 Job Search Tips for Recent College Grads

06.09.10   |   Interview Advice   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

As a recent college grad, I know firsthand how difficult the transition into the "real world" can be. Last year, I entered a world where it was no longer acceptable to take an afternoon nap, wear pajamas in the middle of the day, or take a "personal day" because you had a little too much fun the night before. The world that I had become accustomed to disappeared, and I was left with a long list of expectations and responsibilities. All of a sudden, I was supposed to have a great career, an apartment, and food on the table. Like so many recent college grads, I felt unprepared, scared, and unsure of how I was going to survive in the "real world."

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