YourNextLevel:

A created perception of your company, product, and/or service in the marketplace, which becomes the essence of your organization, building an emotional bond between the client and your company.

A Marketing Strategy Firm

NextLevel Thinking is a unique and highly sought-after Houston-based marketing strategy firm that helps you understand who you are, why your clients buy from you, and how your company is situated amongst your competitors. We take that knowledge and combine the disciplines of marketing strategy and creative thinking to tailor a growth strategy specifically for your organization. In other words, we make it our business to understand your business, your client and you. We think you’ll like the result!

Our
Methodology

NextLevel Thinking has a tried-and-true brand building methodology that produces a successful marketing strategy and a step-by-step approach for executing that plan.

How Do 
We Do It?

We become part of your team. We spend time getting to know your business, from the inside out, learning what makes you tick and what can help you grow and prosper.  

Investigation

Visualization

Realization

Collaboration

What’s It Like
Working with NLT?

From a very early age, you are taught to color between the lines. The folks at NextLevel Thinking must have missed that class. These guys like to color outside the lines!

The only way to uncover your organizational purpose and communicate it in a way that inspires current and potential clients to care is to challenge the status quo, push in new and sometimes uncomfortable directions, and refuse mediocrity!

Those are our words, but read what clients are saying about us:

Discover who you are, understand what business you are actually in, and confidently articulate your why.

Clients Have Been Trusting NextLevel Thinking Since 2001

Clients Have Been Trusting NextLevel Thinking Since 2001

Eric Poerschke

In another life, I’m pretty sure I was a psychologist!

What’s the most inspiring part of your job?

My absolute best days are when we’re able to help a client see their business differently. It’s usually at this point when things begin to take off and the effectiveness of what we can do for them begins to be realized both internally and externally in a very powerful way.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is don’t get too high on the highs and too low on the lows. This advice was from my high school basketball coach.
If you could possess one super-human power, what would it be?

I think it would be so cool to be able to fly. The different vantage points would be amazing and the ability to get places quickly would be awesome.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

As a young fella, I probably wanted to be the usual things like a policeman, fireman, etc. But from high school on, I have always wanted to own my own business. In graduate school, my buddies were sure that I would make a living helping people/organizations see things from a different perspective. They were right!

What advice would you give a candidate who wants to join our team of superstars?

Be prepared to deliver absolute excellence, while being part of a very caring, results-oriented, drama-free work environment.

What one food do you wish had zero calories?

There are a whole bunch of food categories that I wish had zero calories. If I had to pick one, it would definitely be tortilla chips with guacamole, chili con queso and/or salsa.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

My favorite thing to do, by far, is to hang out with my family…Tracy, Erin, Trey and Kyle. My peeps!

Which of the three NextLevel Thinking core values resonates the most with you?

I think giving the client what they need, not just what they want really defines NextLevel Thinking. We have seen some extraordinary results from those clients that have really embraced this collaborative approach.

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