How many of you are seasonably stuck within this dilemma?
You work for a small, medium, large or ginormous organization. The “winter holidays” are rapidly approaching and you have yet to select an inoffensive messaging device for your tribe, flock, client-base, evangelists, etc. In addition, the firm’s newly tweaked mission statement chants the recently launched commitment to the color green–and not just money folks, the wasting of our natural resources–and more specifically, PAPER! (yikes!)
This, my friend is a multi-pronged problem (insert pitchfork visual) and you are knee-deep at the intersecting crossroads of career expansion and massive failure. Turn right (or perhaps left), and you are on the “Gold Watch Path,” eventually ending with the executive receiving-line of hearty handshakes–as you ride off into the golden sunset of retirement life. Veer off in the wrong direction, and you will be perpetually combing LinkedIn–desperately hoping for a reboot.
Christopher Harting enters the boardroom.
My friend and creative cohort, Christopher Harting offers a wonderful solution to this widening quagmire of doom–the Minute-Movie.
Within a few short hours, photographer/videographer, Mr. Harting, has meticulously strolled through your offices, camera in hand, and captured your brand’s true essence of wonderful people, engaged in wonderful projects, wishing everyone in your intertwined network of human contacts–a happy and joyous new year!
And you didn’t even endanger one tree, bush, or shrubbery!
Contact Mr. Harting–before it is too late! (insert photo of disheveled person wearing pajamas, sitting in front of LinkedIn job postings).