It's time to start focusing on the real reason we're here - to make good things happen for other people.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Sam Parker, bestselling author of 212 the extra degree® just announced the release of the video version of his short booklet Love Your People®, a message about the importance of having real care and accountability for the people around us.
With a runtime of 3.5 minutes, the Love Your People video is a unique departure from the company’s other videos, which focus on graphics and moving video and photography to illustrate the message. The 8 points to Loving Your People outlined in the booklet are illustrated in the video through vignettes of real people, including Sam Parker, talking about them.
“We felt it was important to feature real people to really drive home the message,” said Parker.
“Love Your People is about having real love and care for the people around us,” he explained. ’We’ve let too much get between us. It’s time to start focusing on the real reason we’re here - to make good things happen for other people.”
Produced by GiveMore.com, the company Sam Parker co-founded, the Love Your People video is the fourth video in a series of motivating messages organizations use to help kick off or support their meetings and events and create special teams of people. Each video the company produces includes a Leader's Guide written by Parker that outlines meeting tips and discussion questions.
A full preview of the Love Your People video is available at http://www.GiveMore.com.
GiveMore.com creates no-fluff messages and themes to help leaders kick off or support their weekly/monthly/annual meetings, goals, projects, and events.
Its titles include co-founder Sam Parker’s two bestselling books 212 The Extra Degree® and Smile & Move®. Both messages have caught on at thousands of companies, organizations, and schools as a way to encourage extra effort, care, and accountability. Sam’s other popular titles are Love Your People®, Cross The Line™ and SalesTough™.
The company was co-founded by Sam Parker and Jim Gould in 1998 and is located in Richmond, Virginia.