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."
05.21.10 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
Some days, the events lead to having a good day full of good conversations, good dealings and ultimately, for us sales people, good money. Then there are those other days…those days where nothing is going your way, nobody is happy with you, and it seems as though the bad news won’t stop coming. I’m talking about bad days. These are the days where you are truly tested – can you keep going or do you pack it up and call it quits. Do you allow the frustration from one event carry over and affect your whole day?!
04.07.10 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Meet Marty, someone that went above and beyond his job and made a difference. He is an inspiration to all of us at Treeline and reminds us who we are and what we are striving for. Like the trailblazers quest to experience the rush and excitement of 'climbing above the tree line,' our ultimate goal is to climb to the top of our industry.
03.22.10 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Treeline, Inc. specializes in bringing together top sales talent to meet the needs of businesses. They understand the business goals of their clients and help them to compose sales teams that help them meet their organizational needs. Different business goals require different candidate characteristics. If a business is focusing on increasing renewals to their services - they may wish to focus on hiring more sales "farmers" - sales teams that will naturally want to service an account for long-term account loyalty.
12.03.09 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Here at Treeline, we have a best practice where we present 'book reports' to the rest of the team at our monthly meetings. The books we read can be about anything as long as they add value to our business in some way. We have read books written by leaders in their industries, motivational speakers and spiritual guides. This past month I read a book written by an educator named Hal Urban, who wrote a book for his 3 sons called Life's Greatest Lessons: 20 Things That Matter.
09.21.09 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Monday night I had the opportunity to train with Mike Brown, the WEC World Champion at 145lbs and a member of The American Top Team out of Florida. Like the fishmongers of Pikes Place, Mike Brown also has a unique way of interacting with his audience. First he is a very happy-go-lucky guy who chooses his attitude, not the other way around.
08.26.09 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
In the book “You Gotta Get In The Game,” Billy Cox challenges you to think about playing the game, not watching it. He mentions that if you only watch from the sidelines you’re allowing your peers, your competition and your industry to pass you by. As sales professionals, we are all playing in a new league and the game, as we know it, has changed.