Tech | Ticket to the Art of Sales Conference for Tuesday

I’ve attended both The Art of Leadership and The Art of Marketing and left each event inspired with new thoughts in my pocket. My friends at The Art of… have got it going on. There’s a bunch of great people who make these massive events happen.

Tuesday at MTCC is The Art of Sales, a unique one-day conference featuring five amazing international speakers. One of them is NYT best selling author Seth Goodin (125k+ on @Twitter). I’ve never met Seth but I know his blog and he also works with SAY Media.

I have 2 tickets for you to attend.

If you would like to go then watch this and tell me your favourite part in the comments. I will take both winners out for lunch on conference day. Approximate value of each prize = $450/ticket + lunch experience/pricele$$. BONUS!

Conference is at Metro Toronto Convention Centre and goes from 8:30am-4:30pm, Tuesday November 22. [How is it almost DECEMBER? ahh.]

If you are in sales you probably have a fav line and will like that I posted this. If you are in sales and you have NOT seem this then…

PUT THAT COFFEE DOWN. Coffee’s for closers only.

If you have never commented, it’s easy, don’t like, be shy. I’m not shy. Winning is fun. Watch the video leave’ a commento and win. Voila!


  1. Wendy
    November 21, 2011 / 3:24 pm

    Thanks for this opportunity, Casie! I like this part: “You know what it takes to sell real estate? It takes brass balls to sell real estate”. Simple, memorable and gets to the heart of the matter. Bonus points: Alec Baldwin carries a set of actual brass balls in his briefcase. Who knew?!

  2. Nick Lee
    November 21, 2011 / 3:28 pm

    “3rd prize is you’re fired!”

    • November 21, 2011 / 5:30 pm

      I need to say that to someone “3rd prize is you’re fired!” suckaz

      • Nick Lee
        November 22, 2011 / 10:24 am

        Take me out for lunch, Casie!

  3. Teresarandall
    November 21, 2011 / 3:42 pm

    I liked the visual of the brass balls, it made me laugh!  Also the quote “The leads are weak? YOU are weak!” Talk about changing your perspective.

  4. NShaps
    November 21, 2011 / 3:50 pm

    I love it how Alec Baldwin speaks slowly and pauses at all the right places, in order to make his delivery more dramatic.  The best speakers are always those who give of an air of confidence, not because of what they say but because of how they say it.  I can’t wait to see the speakers at tomorrow’s conference and hope that I win a free ticket!

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