"What I love about Think8 is that it is like a tunnel that forces you to think in the right way, and gives you clarity. You can use it for anything! If you do it right, the rest will be easy. It is worth it to start any project with this process."
Banque Nationale, Services Financiers
“We have to partner with our banking colleagues, internal strategies, and our clients. The foundation of our business has helped us work in concert with all parties with ease and sustainability.
Once again, thank you for your help and insight. We are now on track to achieve our best results.”
Président du Conseil D’administration
“I was impressed by the depth of your experience.
I know that my colleagues in Ottawa learnt a lot from you and are appreciative of your efforts to enhance their knowledge, skills and information to create the perfect strategy, a vital part of the process in this highly competitive industry of ours.”
“I am really amazed by what we have achieved. We have worked with other consultants twice before but we never came close to what we now have. Before, we just just covered general stuff that we already knew but this time this is our DNA. This is the first time that our DNA is expressed. Everything here is completely us. I am amazed.”
"To put it simply, the method codifies the creative/decision-making process. I know this has been done a multitude of times, but the simplicity and clarity of the steps and the realization that I have been ignoring (or at least, not putting value to certain aspects of the creative process) has made this an incredibly valuable tool.
"I should add that this process is more than just for the "creative" types, as I can see using these principals used to help guide myself through daily life and help guide me through my decision process (business, or personal) in daily life."
Directeur Technique et Co-Fondateur
Javelin, Inc. / Lean Startup Machine
"Since applying it to my own life, I've noticed a change in how I process and catalog ideas and motivations. I'm coming up with new ideas and working through desires and motivations all the time. And as far as I can recall, prior to starting Think8, I gave most of them equal validity and time in my brain. If they surpassed a certain threshold of, let's say, plausibility, then I might even go a step further and log them in my Getting Things Done-style to do list program. Here's the rub. Those to dos, those random ideas for business, art projects, purchases, trips, etc... most of them were poorly aligned with goals that would actually make me happy and give me a sense of accomplishment if I worked on them. Why? Because they existed in a sort-of vacuum that didn't take into account my purpose in life.
"The bottom line is: I'm only halfway through the process and I already feel happier. I feel like I'm wasting less time and making wiser decisions."