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The Game: Seven Stones (Tiles), is one of the most ancient games of India whose history dates back 5000 years. This traditional sport is played by both girls and boys in rural & urban areas all over India since the last 5 millenniums. A member of one team (the seekers) throws a ball at a pile of stones to knock them over. The seekers then try to restore the pile of stones while the opposing team (the hitters) throws the ball at them trying to get them out. The game was created to develop and hone skills of observation, speed, focus, strategy building and teamwork.


The Company: Utilising the same principles of the game, we collaboratively work with you and your organisation as a team (the seekers) to knock down the static tiles of thinking around a problem or an opportunity and creatively build it back up together before your competitors/disruptors (the hitters) solve it or knock us out.

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Nahshon Pinto

Founder and Director

With a colourfully creative mind, Nash works with people and organisations to challenge their thinking , understand their problems and collaboratively create solutions that are different.


He has created and run Digital and Customer Centric businesses in Australia where he works with organisations and their leaders to rethink, reimagine and reset where their business is heading.


Why be the same, different is where it’s at!

Strategist | Design Thinker | Futurist | Experience Designer | Creative Director | Storyteller  | Keynote Speaker

River Stones

The things that make us special


I had too much FUN was no one's last regret ever. Naturally Australian, we love a laugh and believe in bringing everyone on the journey with us.


People value the end result of our service and our time together.


We continuously learn and immerse ourselves in your business. A humble man makes room for progress, the proud man believes he is already there.


Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind that the one where they sprang up.

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