One Big Thing Hardback
Discovering What You Were Born to Do
by Phil Cooke;
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One Big Thing
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Phil Cooke's book, 'One Big Thing' will revolutionise your business or ministry. The book offers you:
An intelligent and highly useful guide on how to discover your one big thing
Up-to-date parallels and case studies from the world of personal branding
Method and theory that honours the Christian concept of calling
Its becoming more and more difficult than ever to get your voice heard and to accomplish your dreams. To stand out today, you need to cut through the clutter and get noticed. Making that happen means to focus on the one thing (apart from Jesus, of course) in your life that drives you, inspires your passion, and separates you from the pack.
This book is for everyone whos being pulled in several directions, those who are born with multiple abilities, or those simply scratching their head wondering what to do with their life. The secrets to making maximum impact with your life lay inside.
Phil Cooke has produced media programming in more than 40 countries around the world, and in the process, been shot at, survived two military coups, fell out of a helicopter, and in Africa, been threatened with prison. The writer, speaker and filmmaker, is changing the way business, church and nonprofit leader influence and engage with culture. Christianity Today calls him a 'media guru'.
One Big Thing by Phil Cooke was published by Thomas Nelson in June 2012 and is our 1284th best seller. The ISBN for One Big Thing is 9781595554840.
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Details for One Big Thing
|Page last updated||11th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Phil Cooke|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||183|