One Big Thing by Phil Cooke
Discovering What You Were Born To Do

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Named by Washingon Post as one of the top five business books for 2012.

Stop being average at so many things, and become extraordinary at One Big Thing.

What were you born to accomplish with your life? One Big Thing will help you discover what you were born to do and allow it to revolutionize your business, your ministry, and your life. In today’s distracted, digital culture, it’s harder than ever to identify your calling, get your voice heard, and achieve your dreams. To stand out and communicate your ideas and message, you need to cut through the clutter and get noticed. Making that happen means focusing on the one thing that drives you, inspires your passion, and separates you from the pack. If you’ve ever felt pulled in different directions or wondered what to do with your varied talents and interests, Phil Cooke will teach you the secrets of living a life-on-purpose that rises above the noise and leaves a lasting mark on the world.


About Phil Cooke

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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 are changing the way they tell their story.
Published July 17, 2012 by Thomas Nelson. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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In this self-help guide, motivational speaker Cooke seeks to assist people in finding their unique destinies via asking pointed questions to facilitate the self-discovery process.

Oct 29 2012 | Read Full Review of One Big Thing: Discovering Wh...

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There are numerous personality tests available on-line or elsewhere, but without putting yourself through all that, this book offers a few choice questions that only you can answer.

Oct 17 2012 | Read Full Review of One Big Thing: Discovering Wh...

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