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Reviews for Think Better

“In a word, excellent! A practical guide to the power and importance of productive thinking that should be read by everyone.”
— Glenn Bishop, Director of Engineering, Yahoo! Europe

Based on Hurson’s corporate seminars, Think Better shows you a proven, repeatable process that will help you have more ideas, better ideas, more of the time.

“By far one of the most readable, insightful and immediately applicable books on thinking and how the mind works. Get copies for everyone you work with, talk about it together and then get on with inventing your future.”
— Ian Percy, Reg. Psych, CSP, HoF, CPAE author of The Profitable Power of Purpose and Going Deep

“Marvelously choreographed and insightful treasury of powerful ideas for any professional who relies on brainpower to contribute mightily to their company’s success. This book will give you a remarkably high return investment in You, Inc.”
— Andy Boynton. Ph.D., Dean of The Wallace E. Carroll School of Management at Boston College and author of Virtuoso Teams

“What a wonderful way to encourage us all to think with more productive outcomes! Thanks to Tim Hurson for making thinking productively more accessible and for providing the roadmap to better thinking.”
— Gail Vance Civille, Sensory Spectrum Inc.

Better thinking means more success. The better you can think, the more successful you can be. Great companies are better because they have better ideas, better plans, and better execution. Great people are better because they can think more clearly and creatively about where they want to go and how to get there.

“Tim Hurson provides us with an effective and well thought out system for stimulating innovative ideas. More than worthwhile — a must.”
— Roger von Oech, author of A Whack on the Side of the Head

“This exceptionally insightful book provides useful processes and takeaways that will enable the reader to think better in business. The clarity of Hurson’s recommendations in suggesting productive thinking by a 6-step process is terrific. I heartily recommend this lively, pragmatic and insightful book for anyone looking to think better, both in business and in life.”
— Timothy S. Mescon, Ph.D., Dean, Coles College of Business, Kennesaw State University

“Fresh and new. You definitely want to learn more about how to Think Better. I love the extraordinary quotes sprinkled throughout the book.”
— Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones, talk-radio host, The Dream Network, WHNC-AM

“Tim Hurson has produced a brilliant, thought-provoking, extremely easy-to-read, but meaningful book on how to become more productive by thinking more critically and creatively. Think Better is one of the best creativity books I have read in my 30 years in the creativity field. Buy it, read it, and change your life!!”
— Arthur B. VanGundy, Ph.D., author of Getting to Innovation: How Asking the Right the Questions Generates the Great Ideas Your Company Needs

“I rarely get so excited about a book. Tim Hurson’s Think Better is pace-setting. Its examples and stories are powerful. It will serve as a primary sourcebook for those searching for exciting ideas on innovating productively. I am proud and honored to heartily endorse this book.”
— Sid Parnes, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, International Center for Creative Studies, State University College at Buffalo; Founder of the Creative Education Foundation; author of The Magic of Your Mind

“If we are to survive, and thrive, during the 21st century, we need to think much better than we did in previous centuries. This book is a must read. It is an unique “think journey” and will take you places you have never been before.”
— Kobus Neethling PhD, President, South African Creativity Foundation; author of Author Am I Clever or Am I Stupid?

“This book is great! I really enjoyed it. It’s easy to read with lots of provocative examples. Tim will get your gray matter in an uproar. I can’t stop thinking about Think Better. But you should. Stop thinking about buying this book and go buy it…NOW.”
— Stephen Shapiro, author of 24/7 Innovation

“This jewel not only reinforces the vital need to think better, not only the how to, but also the why to incorporate this into your business (and life). We are always looking for the ideas that will return dividends — here’s the formula to find it.”
— Brian Oates, Imprint: The Business Author Interview Podcast

Click here to listen to a podcast interview with Brian Oates.

“Now I’ve read Tim Hurson’s book I know that thinking isn’t a simple activity: it comes in different shapes and flavours. At first sight this is a book aimed at companies, but it contains material that is of equal use to creative writers, especially those who have hit a block, or whose writing has settled into a comfortable rut.”
— Veronica Stallwood, author of Oxford Remains and 12 other Kate Ivory mysteries

“Think Better is a well-researched book with very sound information on content and process to help the trainer, teacher or practitioner. A ‘must-read’ for scholars, managers, leaders and entrepreneurs and anyone else who has to navigate the complexities of a competitive environment.”
— Dr. Kanes K Rajah MSc. PhD, Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Greenwich Business School

“This is the best book I’ve ever read on the subject of creative and innovative thinking. I’ve read the experts and Hurson has set a new standard for accessibility, interest, and emotional connection to the topic. Read it and see, you won’t be sorry.”
— Gregg Fraley, author of Jack’s Notebook: a business novel about creative problem solving

Click here to listen to a podcast of Gregg Fraley interviewing Tim Hurson.

“If you are interested in creating the future for your team, organization or the planet, put down the crystal ball and pick up a copy of Think Better. We will all be better for it.”
— Colin Funk, Creative Programming Director, Leadership Learning Lab, The Banff Centre

To book Tim for a speaking engagement or for his consulting services, send a message to contact@timhurson.com.