Redwood Origins: Do You Know Enough About Yourself to Reach Your Full Potential?
To reach their full potential, people MUST understand themselves, their emotions and the way their mind works. Alex Hartley, Business owner and Managing Director of Redwood Origins, is concerned many people are not taking the time to learn about themselves and as such are struggling to find their true success.
To reach their full potential, people MUST understand themselves, their emotions and the way their mind works.
This week, the marketing firm’s Managing Director has been highlighting how to grow and progress as a professional, it is crucial for people to fully understand how their minds work and what stimuli they react best to. Mr Hartley has been explaining how understanding personality type and how the brain functions is hugely beneficial in helping to identify the best way to learn new information and engage with the world.
One of the things proven to influence potential significantly is understanding different types of intelligence, something which has a direct impact on how people pick up and retain new knowledge and skills.
Intelligence can be defined in various ways such as Linguistic, Logical, Interpersonal, Visual and Spatial. Hartley has been asking his workforce to research each of these personality types, urging them to recognise their identity to feel more empowered. Once identified, it is easier to begin to learn about and improve strengths and weaknesses.
The Norwich-based company work closely with young professionals in the industry to help them find out more about themselves and the most productive ways to work, with self-improvement and continued learning ranking highly on the firm’s list of priorities.
The firm help brands to deliver personalised messages to their audience through engaging event marketing campaigns. Creating immersive brand experiences, every customer interaction made through one of their campaigns is unique and leads to greater customer satisfaction and stronger relationships. The company refuse to give into digital fads and believe that marketing works best when it is personal and face to face.