Win Today with Christopher Cook

Your Roadmap to Become Ridiculously Healthy & Whole from the Inside Out.

Your Roadmap to Become Ridiculously Healthy & Whole from the Inside Out.

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“I’ve quite literally learned how to ‘win’ everyday by pushing myself to be the best I can be and trusting in the process it takes to get to where I want to be.” – R.S.

082: Putting It Together Again When It’s All Fallen Apart (feat. Tom Holladay)

By now, you know that life can turn on a dime. A failed relationship, a lost job, or a financial crisis can change—and will change—your life in a moment’s notice. And you know as well as I do that we have decisions about how we will respond to adversity that will set the pace for our lives. I get it. The task of starting again can seem impossible. And sometimes you just need to rebuild your confidence and regain a sense of purpose. So if you’re trying to find the emotional energy, but you just don’t have it in you, let today’s guest, author of the brand-new book, “Putting It Together Again When It’s All Fallen Apart,” Tom Holladay, provide some encouragement and tactics to move through the rubble before you. Tom has a unique story of crisis that I’m sure will resonate with you.

By now, you know that life can turn on a dime. A failed relationship, a lost job, or a financial crisis can change—and will change—your life in a moment’s notice. And you know as well as I do that we have decisions about how we will respond to adversity that […]

081: Trapped in the Prison of “I’m Not Enough” (feat. Dr. Kelly Flanagan)

Somewhere along the course of life, we get complicated. And what I mean by that is circumstances often outside our control cause us to see ourselves and the world around us with a measure of skepticism, self-doubt, perfectionism, workaholism, insecurity, and shame. And I think a lot of it comes from the felt need to self-protect. That’s why, in the words of our guest, international bestselling author of “Loveable,” Dr. Kelly Flanagan, “the little one inside you is your truest self—the you who existed before things got confusing.” Said simply, there’s a worthy yet wounded little one in all of us. In Loveable, Dr. Flanagan reveals the core insight gleaned from his years of clinical work: you are here for a reason, yet you cannot truly awaken to it until you have first embraced your truest, worthiest self and then allow yourself to be truly embraced by others. In other words, we are here to experience worthiness, belonging, and purpose, but they can only be truly experienced in that order. And that is the focus of today’s conversation.

Somewhere along the course of life, we get complicated. And what I mean by that is circumstances often outside our control cause us to see ourselves and the world around us with a measure of skepticism, self-doubt, perfectionism, workaholism, insecurity, and shame. And I think a lot of it comes from […]

080: How to Have Better Sex in Marriage (feat. Chris & Megan Rea)

Let’s cut right to the chase. Because it’s February. And because cupid is on the move, I’ll just say it: God wants you to have amazing sex. He designed it. And He wants you to enjoy it in the covenant of marriage. But here’s the thing—and this is why we’re even talking about it today—culture has hijacked sex and prescribed it through the jaded, broken, convoluted lens of 50 Shades of Grey and mass media as a whole. And just because people asked, we’re not talking about technique today. That’s not even close to the focus. Instead we’re talking about the original design and intent for this incredible God-given gift to married couples. Joining me today are relationship coaches, speakers, and founders of NoSmallLife, Chris and Megan Rea. And today, we are talking about how to have better sex in your marriage. But our focus is what happens way before the bedroom. Folks, we shouldn’t be ashamed to talk about sex. In fact, I believe if more married couples engaged in open, healthy, appropriate conversation with their kids, we’d chip away at the polluted, skewed counterfeit that culture is propagating each and every day. Our conversation is both serious and light-hearted. We laugh. We joke. We have fun. But know this: our goal is to celebrate and promote the original design God intended for marriage. Singles, take notes. File them away in a time capsule for use in the future.

Let’s cut right to the chase. Because it’s February. And because cupid is on the move, I’ll just say it: God wants you to have amazing sex. He designed it. And He wants you to enjoy it in the covenant of marriage. But here’s the thing—and this is why we’re […]

079: Real Men. Peter Pan Syndrome. Loving Women. Parenting. (feat. Dale Partridge)

Turn on the news, turn on pop culture, and you’ll see a confused, embittered, orphaned society. And I think one of the first things we need to do is reclaim true masculine and feminine identity in 2018 amidst the cultural trend of emasculating men and de-feminizing women in so many forums. Joining us today to tackle these topics is a very well-known voice, Dale Partridge. Dale is a nationally-known bestselling author, founder of StartupCamp.com, and is an avid speaker and has been featured in various business publications including the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine, Fox News, NBC, INC Magazine, Mashable, MSN Money, Forbes and the Los Angeles Times. Today, we’ll be exploring parenting to dating and marriage, to sexuality, to even some of the disjointed values society is propagating. And then, we’ll be, as Dale says, "replacing the lies culture tells us about family & faith with truth that can't be ignored.”

Turn on the news, turn on pop culture, and you’ll see a confused, embittered, orphaned society. And I think one of the first things we need to do is reclaim true masculine and feminine identity in 2018 amidst the cultural trend of emasculating men and de-feminizing women in so many forums. Joining […]

078: Talk Yourself Crazy. Why Emotional Health Rules. (feat. Michele Cushatt)

We see the world not as it is, but as we are. What does that mean? The climate of our inner self (our thought life, spiritual health, and emotional health) will inform how we see ourselves and everyone in the world around us. So what does that mean for you and me? We may be looking at life through distorted glasses so-to-speak. Our past experiences, most certainly including childhood experiences, play a huge part in how we see our present and how we anticipate the future (for good or for bad). So what this comes down to is emotional health. I believe that emotional healing is good. But emotional wholeness is better. Joining me today to discuss this matter is my friend and mentor, bestselling author of “Undone,” Michele Cushatt. And together, we’re going to dive deep into strategies on how to live more consistently in a state of emotional wholeness.

We see the world not as it is, but as we are. What does that mean? The climate of our inner self (our thought life, spiritual health, and emotional health) will inform how we see ourselves and everyone in the world around us. So what does that mean for you and […]

077: Stop the Anxiety Spiral (feat. Alli Worthington)

Grab a cup of coffee and sit down for some encouragement from a friend. Alli’s no-nonsense, wise advice will lighten your heart and help you cut through the daily clutter of fear and worry to reconnect with your own fierce faith.

I hate fear. I hate anxiety. And I hate worry. But too many of us are held captive by these emotions. December 2017 was the most painful season of my life in over four years, physically and emotionally. I may talk to you about it in greater detail soon. But […]

076: Are You an Insecure Leader? (feat. Carey Nieuwhof)

This week on 'Win Today': Carey Nieuwhof. Together, we’re going to unpack some linchpin keys to breaking the back of insecurity in your life as well as provide some keys to bringing greater focus and intentionality to your own leadership in 2018.

2018 is underway and we all have an opportunity to harness the values that drive our lives. In talking with so many of you toward the end of last year, I really feel like so many of us want to dive into the new year unencumbered by limiting beliefs, insecurities, […]

075: Real Talk When Everything’s Going Wrong (feat. Britnie Turner)

Today, we’re talking with my good friend, CEO of Aerial Development Group, in Nashville, Tennessee, Britnie Turner. I’ve watched her life up close and from afar, and there’s something she has that we all can glean from. And that’s resilience.

This Week’s Featured Conversation… In the last year or so, I’ve come to develop fondness for those that are not only strong in leadership and personal character, but strong in a quality not one of us can truly live without: resilience. And 100% of the time, resilience is a choice. […]

074: Stop Being Sick and Tired…For Good! (feat. Dr. Don Colbert)

074: Stop Being Sick and Tired...For Good!

This Week’s Conversation My passion and purpose here at “Win Today” is to provide a roadmap for you to become ridiculously happy, healthy, strong, and safe. And that certainly includes your physical health. From time to time, I like to talk about taking care of our bodies, because if we’re […]

073: Understanding Your Personality Style (feat. Chris LoCurto)

Why is it that you automatically click with some people, while others seem to grate on your last nerve?" Because we’re all different. And that’s perfectly fine—our differences are what make us unique and interesting. But they can also lead to conflict within our personal and professional relationships. That’s why understanding your personality type is so important. When you understand yourself—and the people around you—you can relate in a kinder, more compassionate, more effective way; a way that builds trust. Unlike aptitude tests or other personality tests, DiSC focuses on the behavioral differences that lead to difficulties in life and how to find common ground with others. And this conversation isn’t just for professional relationships; it’s for every relationship in your life.

This Week’s Conversation Why is it that you automatically click with some people, while others seem to grate on your last nerve?” Because we’re all different. And that’s perfectly fine—our differences are what make us unique and interesting. But they can also lead to conflict within our personal and professional […]