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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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.

Why You Need to Win the War Against Comparison & Jealousy

Several years ago, I worked under a particular individual. Behind the kiddy pool depth of talent, however, brewed a steady stream of incompetence, disorganization, and to be completely honest, utter ineptitude. Not many people saw it initially. But I did. Hero to some. Zero to me. Weeks passed and my […]

4 Destructive Behaviors that Cripple Your Potential

Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is an essential component of living life on purpose. We all have blind spots. Yet, making a conscious effort to see and understand them is a challenge few people embrace. Left unchecked, blind spots will sabotage your potential, especially if you are a leader, because […]

The Undeniable Source of Powerful & Effective Leadership

I have been passionate about leadership, building teams, and developing the potential of individuals since I was a young teenager. Every summer break, I invested my time into devouring books at the library, listening to tapes (remember those?) and CDs, filing great quotes, and endeavoring to apply the acquired knowledge […]

The Powerful Value of Fatherhood

Like many of you, I enjoyed watching Super Bowl XLIX. From the game itself to the halftime show (don’t hate- I think Katy Perry and her band were awesome) to all of the commercials, it was a very entertaining evening. Shortly before the first half of the game came to […]

Four Valuable Fundamentals of Life Learned from “Chef”

A few weeks ago, one of my best friends and I watched Chef, a remarkable film released in 2014, written, produced, and directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Elf). Chef is the story of a prominent executive chef, Carl Casper (played by Jon Favreau), who, after publicly confronting a spiteful […]

Why You Must Never Give Up

Last week, I encouraged you to set up the New Year for success using a few time-tested principles; principles I believe in wholeheartedly. And while that’s a great start, writing your goals down once isn’t the end of the story because the immediate emotional payoff of articulating aspirations for the […]

Is It Really a New Year (Or Just Another Year)?

A new year. A fresh start. A blank canvas. For some, it’s an opportunity embraced with joy and great expectation. For others, embarking upon a new year is absolutely terrifying, as anxiety-filled thoughts of “what might happen (or not happen)” overtake the precious creative space where hope-bathed possibilities of “what […]

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 […]