Power fruits: Which fruit reflects your goals?
Plants grow fruit to spread their seeds and thus propagate themselves. We too need to spread our products, services, and thoughts. Plants and their fruit often work together with partners. So, how do you achieve your goals?
Delicate lightness: Like seeds in the wind, you embody a lightness that allows you to scatter your ideas openly and over a wide area. You enrich people with many little ideas, some of which become innovations.
Local treasure: Like peas, vanilla beans and poppy pods, you provide valuable impetus in the local area and region, reaching your goals by accident or by word of mouth. Your skill is appreciated, as is your down-to-earth nature.
A stored collection: Like the grain that is grown globally and constitutes one of our most important staple foods, you use vast amounts of data for globally relevant innovations called key technologies, whose algorithms and technologies are often secret.
Sweet desire: Like fruit, you package your goals or products seductively, arousing hunter-gatherer instincts to look for “more” or that “something special”. People want to have what you create quite simply because it has magnetic attraction.