Complice is a Waterloo startup
changing how people relate to their ambition.
Malcolm is a jack-of-all-trades. He'd been reading productivity blogs and books since high school, but really got into goal-setting in 2012 when he set a goal of recording an album of original music by the end of the year. He succeeded, and the process of tracking his daily progress was what inspired the creation of Complice.
He blogs at malcolmocean.com about personal development and new ways of thinking about the world. He graduated from Systems Design Engineering at University of Waterloo, and is working on several other projects around effective collaboration and feedback.
Malcolm sometimes spends an entire weekend
coding on Complice nonstop (except sleeping).
See a timelapse video: The 40-hour Work Weekend.