The Power of Intentional Change in a World That's Constantly Changing
by Phil Cooke;
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Stop feeling overwhelmed with changing technology, culture, business, trends, and values, and regain the confidence that can give you a real advantage. Stability, once a mainstay of American life, is now a pipe dream. For most people, this creates major anxiety, worry, and confusion. In 'JOLT!', Phil Cooke, television producer, media guru, and cultural commentator, will help you discover how you can navigate the whirlwind of change and actually use it to your advantage. After spending three decades helping organizations master the art of change, he realized that changing a company or changing your life, are both based on virtually the same key principles.
In this accessible and relevant guidebook meant to anchor and empower every reader, Cooke unveils 25 "jolts" anyone can leverage to establish a new direction, maximize potential, overcome insecurity, safeguard the heart and mind, reinforce values, and create an amazing future and lasting legacy. Whether your goal is to revitalize your organization, or transform the direction of your life, he reveals the secrets to becoming a game changer in readers' lives, opening up new possibilities, confidence, and impact.
Like the 'Reset' button on a computer, 'JOLT!' can revolutionize your thinking and shake up your life!
Jolt by Phil Cooke was published by Thomas Nelson in April 2011. The ISBN for Jolt is 9781595553249.
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|Page last updated||13th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Phil Cooke|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (April 2011)|
|Number of Pages||211|