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Can You Work for Free and Find Success?

06.14.12   |   Job Search & Career   |   Dan Fantasia, Founder and CEO of Treeline Incorporated

As an entrepreneur I can tell you first hand that an entrepreneur starts off working for free. You are not getting paid, and no one cares about what you are doing except for you. Your belief will bring you success and failure is always right around the corner. The harsh reality is that as an entrepreneur you will need to fight to win and succeed. When you decide to work for free, there is no going back... you have rent to pay, employees to hire, websites to build and products to develop.

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The Millennial Generation: What are they looking for in a Sales Career

01.23.12   |   Job Search & Career   |   David DeMelo, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Millennials, often referred to as Generation Y or Generation Next, are entering the job market at full force. Traditional values deemed important such as, job stability, salary and a record of success are still relevant to this generation. However, more than previous generations they have a sense of self entitlement, competitiveness, and a desire to find the next "big thing."

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Why Job Seekers Turn Down Job Offers

01.16.12   |   Job Search & Career   |   Christopher Simone, Vice President at Treeline Incorporated

Unemployment remains stubbornly high, yet sales Hiring Managers are really struggling to find top sales people. The reality is that the actual sales-specific unemployment rate is lower than the 8.5% level recently reported. One real sign of this is that sales Hiring Managers are experiencing a sudden spike in the number of candidates who receive and then reject their job offers.

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Distractions in the Workplace: How do you "Ignore the Noise"?

10.14.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

"Ignore the noise" These words are plastered on the locker room walls of the most successful NFL football teams in the game. This phrase is at the top of a list of best practices that have been proven to help the team to be the best at what they do. For the players inside that locker room, it helps them be the best NFL football players, but this practice can be applied to you and if you can effectively execute 'ignoring the noise' on a daily basis, it will help you to be the best at what you do.

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Sales Motivation

09.23.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

As you sit in your workplace today take a look around you. Take a look at the leader board then take a look at your coworkers and the way that they operate. There is a direct correlation between the numbers on the board and the work ethic/mentality of each individual sales consultant. The consultant with the highest sales volume didn't get there because he or she was born with the innate ability to sell; it wasn't because he or she was always in the right place at the right time or even dumb luck for that matter. It was because they wanted it more, plain and simple.

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What To Do If You Receive a Job Counter-Offer

07.12.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

A few years ago, I recruited an executive to run a mid-level company. The night before he was supposed to start his new job, the executive called to say he was staying put. The board of directors at his current company--a major multinational retailer--had offered to name him CEO in one year's time. I was aghast, but my former candidate could hardly envision a better scenario. He had leveraged an offer to run a mid-sized company and used it to land the coveted top spot at a retailing giant. No greater career coup exists, right?

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Sales Behavior-Play More to Win More

04.25.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

Changing our behavior to achieve better results is the most important challenge we face in trying to compete in this chaotic world. To improve any and all aspects of your life--you may not know how to begin. What can you do differently to create more positive results in your work and personal life? - Chip Eichelberger, author of "Think: Applying the Success Principles of 1918 Today" One of our recent blogs was about being in a sales slump and what you can do to break out of it. The article suggests that even the smallest changes in your behavior will help to get your head on straight and out of a slump.

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