Jason Yormark

When Teams Just Click

A little over 5 years ago I moved to Seattle to work for Microsoft.  I was one of the first hires to what is now called Microsoft Advertising.  Little did I know that I was in for the ride of my life.  For 2 years I got to be a part of the most amazing team of people I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with.

I re-stumbled across a video I had made before my departure and couldn’t help but post it here.  For most that do not know me or anyone in the video, this probably won’t bring much entertainment value, but I felt I needed to throw it up on my blog and share with all those involved for a reminder of how great we had it for awhile.

If there’s anything I learned in my time with this team is that the most valuable thing in the world is waking up everyday not only loving what you do, but who you do it with.

First half is your cheesy photo montage, and the 2nd half has all the crazy video goodness.

If you were one of the lucky few who were part of this amazing team leave a comment and say hi!

Enjoy!

Microsoft – CAST History from Jason Yormark on Vimeo.

Jason Yormark
I'm a 20 year veteran of digital marketing & the owner and founder of Socialistics, a social media agency based in Seattle. My spare time is filled with writing, baseball, my boys and everything Seattle has to offer.

21 comments

  1. I love this dude. This is the way to show being a community manager is a lot less about how many followers you have and a lot more about being a creative story teller. They would be foolish not to hire you.

  2. Jason, I know exactly how it feels to be part of the unemployed stat… Good luck with the Vann's Position, I think you are well qualified and I hope to see you in the top 5. The movie trailer idea is a good one – that was my first thought also. It was fun making my video – it looks like you had fun making yours too. You can see my blog post about it here if you're interested – http://su.pr/3z4Ay1

    Good Luck

  3. i feel very happy to watch this, as i sit at my desk in far away Maine, it reminds me of how much i loved you guys- and am glad to have those memories

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