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‘Curious’ How We Define Our Company Value?

This article on curiosity was originally published in January 2019. All relevant information and statistics have been updated as of December 2022.

Red Branch Media is always on top of its game because of our company values. We’re constantly striving to fulfill those values to pursue success. Every individual on our team brings various tools and skills, and there’s always one in common: Curiosity.

Last week we talked about Excellence, but how do you constantly strive for that? Let’s dive into each brancher’s philosophy to beat the competition for innovation below.

Curiosity is a path of discovery and openness. It’s constantly being open to trying new strategies or reimagining older ones in a new way to see if changing something will make it better. Most of all, it’s challenging yourself to always be on a learning journey, so you can continue to grow and help those around you grow too.

– Andrea

Curiosity propels us to discover what has, until now, remained unexplored. In a working context, curiosity allows you to step outside the traditional processes and see if things could be done any differently, more efficiently, or creatively.

– Natalie

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Curiosity is the driving force behind discovering new places, experiences, and skills. It moves us forward as humans and allows us to test our boundaries, create new things, and grow. Without curiosity, most of what we interact with daily wouldn’t exist.

– January

Terri Curiosity Definition

Curiosity is the engine of progress. It helps reduce the risk of stagnation. I think curiosity is vital to the vitality of organizations — not so for cats. 🙂

– Shawn

To me, curiosity is the desire to keep learning and evolving. The need to know the why. Without curiosity, we risk becoming complacent and stuck doing things just because that’s how they have always been done. Curiosity propels you to higher levels by not being afraid to ask questions.

– Linsday

Curiosity always reminds me of the saying, “If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room.” It starts with acknowledging that there is always more to learn and continues with the passion the uncover it.

– Ashlei

Curiosity is the desire to learn, explore, poke around, and figure something out. This quest for knowledge requires digging beneath the surface and asking clarifying questions.

– Angela

Curiosity pushes the boundaries of creativity to learn, grow, and succeed.

– Olivia

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Curiosity is the desire to always look for new ways to improve your work. This is done by researching the latest trends, researching what is working and why, finding inspiration, applying the best methods, processes, and techniques, and creating something that’s not only a step above your competitors but is also unique and one-of-a-kind.

– Kyle

Curiosity is about not being afraid to take chances in a new direction regarding new ideas. It inspires you to broaden your horizons and improve on ideas one leap of faith at a time.

– Cassandra

Curiosity means always learning, growing, and searching for new creative, impactful ways to do something better.

– Kristine

Caitlin Curiosity Blog

To me, curiosity means going out and finding the answer and sometimes being curious enough to uncover problems too. If you think something can be done, try it. If you figure there should be a tool to do something you’re struggling with, find it. Being curious can lead you to far more places than complacency, which IMHO is the polar opposite. When we’re curious, we never stop growing because we realize that every new day, every new person, every new opportunity, and YES, ugh, even every new challenge, can be an opportunity to learn something.

– Maren

Curiosity means the desire to learn or know more about something or someone.

– Anna

Curiosity is the unending desire to learn and improve. In my job, when I come across a website doing cool animations or advertising which is effectively targeting me, I will dive in to see how it’s happening on the back-end, so we can effectively emulate that for our clients. If I haven’t run into it before, all the better. It just means more to learn and research.

– Jeremy

Curiosity is always wondering “why?” Things may work out well, things may not go as planned, but what is important to RBM is knowing WHY things happen and that’s why curiosity is a core value here. We dive into the WHY for everything that we do because when we are better informed, we can provide better results for our clients.

– Eric

Curiosity is about having the drive and ambition to ask why something is working or isn’t. It’s about always looking for new methods of thinking or a new approach to a problem and never backing down from taking a risk.

– Jake

Curiosity is the desire to learn, explore, poke around, and figure something out. This quest for knowledge requires digging beneath the surface and asking clarifying questions.

– Angela

Curiosity is about expanding the person you are to the person you want to become and pushing yourself mentally to pose a question on why something is or how it can affect your life for the better and taking those answers you find & adding it to your catalog of life lessons.

– Nick

Zuny Curiosity Blog

Ever heard the term, “Curiosity killed the cat?” Well, I think said cat might have been onto something. The only way to grow and learn is to learn, explore, push new boundaries, and continually improve.

– Hailey

Curiosity is the drive to learn or find something new that will change your perspective going forward.

– Carissa

Curiosity is just one of Red Branch’s core values. Think you have what it takes to succeed a the Branch? View our career opportunities here!