You are reading Ann Sieg's Leaders' Circle Read more from this series of articles.
- How You Can Make Your Online Education Pay Off with The Leaders’ Circle
- A Story of Collaboration, Perfect Example of How to Create a Talent
- The Leaders' Circle Challenge
- Welcome to Ann Sieg's Leaders' Circle
- Ann Sieg's Leaders' Circle Challenge - Participant Feedback
We also want to thank the many people who jumped in full steam into our recent Leaders’ Circle Challenge with the “This is Me!” video. We’ve selected three out 22 of what we consider to be some of the best in the group.
The Reason for this Leaders’ Circle Challenge (we’ll have more in the near future)
Our goal for this Leaders’ Circle Challenge was to help stretch people and develop the second component of leadership that Daniel Coyle talked about in our January Leaders’ Circle webinar. And that is effective communication skills.
YouTube is ranked second to Google so establishing yourself through video is becoming the norm not the exception. We’re super pleased to see how many people stepped up to the plate for this Challenge.
We’ve put a list together of all the participants, along with their videos (below). You can click the link to watch their video on YouTube. But first we wanted to share three “This is Me” videos that stood out to us, and include a comment about each.
Three “This is Me” Videos that Stood Out
Crystal really nailed it by roping in numerous concepts from “The Talent Code” and tying it into her work both as a fitness professional and an art history professor. She then took her professional background and demonstrated how that all fits into the “other hat” she wears as an internet marketer. This shows a lot of “thinking skills” to apply into the creation of her “This is Me!” video.” Nice job Crystal!
Trevor Mason’s (AKA Fearless Trevor) “This is Me!” video conveys a whimsical love of the ordinary moments of life that really make up who we are. Not the super glamor shots people think of for big aspirations but real love of family and doing what needs to be done to make for a full and meaningful life. Thank you Trevor for making it real!
Dr. Kevin Mcdougal
I loved Dr. Kevin McDougal’s narrative style as he digs deep into his history (even dusting off some old DVDs to make his point) to share his journey of where he’s come from to where he’s going… a vision to change modern medicine to better serve people. You can see the passion of his “This is Me!” video to make a difference in the world starting with his family. He’s even got a call to action to join him in his mission. Nice job Dr. Kevin!
Meet All of The Leaders’ Circle Challenge Participants
Here is a list of all the participants who submitted their videos to our Leaders’ Circle Facebook page. If we left anyone out, please let us know in the comments area with a link to your video, and we’ll add it here immediately.
Thank you everyone for participating. I enjoyed going through all of your videos and getting to know you.
How Will You Use Your “This is Me” Video?
There are a multitude of ways that you can use your videos in your marketing. Please post a comment with one suggestion for how you could use your video. Or post a comment about the one thing you learned after doing this video, and how that will help you the next time you create a video that is about you.