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Phil Cooke, a writer, speaker, and filmmaker, is changing the way business, church, and nonprofit leaders influence and engage the culture. Christianity Today calls him a “media guru.” His media company, Cooke Pictures, advises many of the largest and most effective churches and nonprofit organizations in the world, and his books and blog (at philcooke.com) are changing the way they tell their story.
I found the book easy to read and very well writing.
Phil Cooke has written a book that not only talks about finding your purpose in life but will help you with practical steps to living your best life now.
I wonder if Phil Cooke really has a "one big thing" because in just reading his books there are A LOT of things he is doing superbly.
One Big Thing by Phil Cooke
Phil Cooke tries to tackle a very bloated subject with his book One Big Thing. Read more
Written from the front lines and not theoretically. Does not have raw answers but asks the most important questions that help you find your OBT! Thumbs up!Published 16 days ago by Samuel Rufus Nallaraj
Since I am still trying to discover what I was born to do, books like this have an appeal for me. After having read the book, my feeling is Phil Cooke has earned the right to write... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stan Wells
This is a fairly good book. This is the first book I have read by Cooke. A lot of the ideas contained in it are found in other books, but this is the first time I have found... Read morePublished 3 months ago by rustlessrocker
His disparaging comments about higher education in the first chapter were a red flag, but I had to stop reading this book when the author made a sweeping generalization about... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jaime Salvador
If you want Phil Cooke to answer questions about your own personal life, you will not find the answers in this book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sherrie
I can't say that I haven't heard some of this advice before, but what this book did cause me to do was dream again about what could be. Read morePublished 5 months ago by RockinInRocktown
An interesting perspective on specialization rather than an emphasis on becoming well rounded.Published 6 months ago by Dubsmart