Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Jolt by Phil Cooke

Phil Cooke has been around. He's produced, and driven media programming. He has now written a book designed to jump-start your future.

In Jolt, you will learn the ideas that will keep you ahead of life's curves.

Cooke believes we need to give our systems a jolt; something that will jar us away from the mundane. In this book, he gives us 5 jolts:

Jolt Your Direction - this includes learning the joys of negatives (hitting the wall, letting go of the past, and expanding your vision)

Jolt What Matters - making better choices, change your thinking habits and many others
Jolt Your Potential - continue learning, restore creativity, and overcoming fear
Jolt Your Heart - get life cheerleaders, look to faith
Jolt Your Future - let go of negative baggage, don't worry about mistakes, and leave a legacy.

All in all, this is your typical motivational book. After so many, they all end up sounding the same because they basically say the same things in a slightly different way. So with that, I was not a big fan of this book.

I'm not a fan of motivation.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Thomas Nelson Publishing
Jolt!: Get the Jump on a World That's Constantly Changing

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