Win Today with Christopher Cook

Get Unstuck. Reclaim Your Purpose. Win Today.

Get Unstuck. Reclaim Your Purpose. Win Today.

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It’s no secret that most of us have the desire for more influence, more responsibility, more appreciation, and if we’re honest, knowledge on how to get a raise in our current job. In my NEW E-Book, I’ll give you 9 Steps to Immediately Increase Your Value at Work. When adopted into your value system and implemented in your daily life, they will work in your favor on the job. Simply fill-out the form below and watch your email inbox for the free guide!  

“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.

5 Must-Read Books in 2015

Reading is incredibly beneficial for acquiring knowledge, insight, and new perspectives, developing greater analytical skills, improving your vocabulary, stimulating your mind, and providing great entertainment. Since I was a young boy, reading has been one of my favorite past-times, and within the last few years, I have set a personal […]

3 Leadership Lessons from “The Mug”

Often, the perks of leadership include greater respect, prominent social status, success, and an ability to be a decision-maker. While those benefits may be attractive, effective leadership has little to do with a title or position and everything to do with one’s ability to influence and add value to others. […]

8 Ways to Beat Procrastination & Eliminate Excuses

In her 2004 radio single, Excuses, Alanis Morissette penned words that read like the transcript of a counseling session with Dr. Phil: “These excuses how they served me so well. They’ve kept me safe, they’ve kept me stuck, they’ve kept me locked in my own cell. These excuses how they’re […]

Set the Plastic People Free (Reclaiming the Real You)

Beneath the surface of social acceptance, job satisfaction, financial peace, societal contribution, productivity, and great relationships is an underlying desire for validation and a search for personal significance. According to the 2013 Harris Poll Happiness Index, only 33% of Americans are happy. In addition, poorly managed stress, unemployment, underemployment, and […]

Endurance: Running through Life…Not Away from It

We live in an imperfect world that is populated by imperfect people and imperfect circumstances. Despite careful planning and best intentions, unforeseen detours and unavoidable obstacles will inevitably occur at some point in time. When you feel like you’re pinned down by the maladies of life, do you fall apart […]

When a Legacy is Born

It was an unseasonably warm week in late November 2012. Though the calendar indicated that the holiday season was upon us, it meant nothing, for my family’s world was under siege. The fiery explosion of autumn’s colors painted a backdrop for absolute horror to unfold before us in the most […]

The Presence & Power of Trust

Whether you’re a corporate executive, political figure, parent, teacher, husband, friend, or ministry leader, trust (trustworthiness) is one of the most important character traits. The presence of trust in your life will unlock the door to dynamic, meaningful personal relationships, effective communication, growing influence, an acceleration of business efficiency, and […]

The Power of Intentionality (and How to Harness it in Your Life)

If there is one thing that will jumpstart the momentum of your everyday life, I believe it’s intentionality. Whether you realize it or not, the majority of life is lived in-between significant events and milestone moments, not in them. If you discount the value of your everyday life, you’ll easily […]

Why Bitterness is Too Expensive (and How to Get Free)

What you eat is important, but what’s eating you has more of an impact upon your overall wellness than you may realize. Toxic thoughts and emotions left unchecked are like foreign terrorists living comfortably within the borders of your mind, body, and spirit; terrorists you’re tolerating. Constant physiological stress exacerbated by […]

In Charge or In Control? Which Leader are You?

I’m sure most of us have experience working with great leaders as well as very difficult leaders at some point in time. I believe that organizational leaders and managers have the responsibility to not only facilitate output (sales, increased revenue, outreach goals, volunteer engagement), but also have the privilege of […]