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Win Today with Christopher Cook

Self-help and life hacks help, but they will not turn the key to total life transformation that lasts. And creating a plan for sustainable transformation is what “Win Today” is all about. Each week on the podcast, we'll engage in thought-provoking conversations with world-renowned leaders, bestselling authors, and experts-in-field who will help you design your roadmap to wholeness from the inside out, so you will live at your best in your relationships, in your mental and emotional health, and in your personal and spiritual growth.
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May 25, 2022
Have you ever thought, I can’t stop rehashing my past. I’m resentful about the way things have turned out and angry at the people who betrayed me? Honestly, I think most of us have at one time or another. Hey friends, thanks for joining me this week for episode 295 where today, Jeanne Stevens joins us to talk about bitterness, blame, denial, grief, and what to do about it all. If you enjoy this episode with Jeanne, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 290: Dr. John Delony on Grief, Trauma, the Physical Implications of Your Thoughts, and How to Own Your Past

276: Victim Consciousness, Heartache, and How Coping Mechanisms Create a False Sense of Health (feat. Dr. Dan Allender)

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May 18, 2022

This week, an incredible man named Mako Fujimara joins us to talk about how to face our darkness, make sense of brokenness, and why there are certain aspects of growth and maturity that will only happen through failure. Yes, failure. In our conversation, you'll hear Mako remark that trauma isn't something we get over. Instead, we move with it. That's a profound concept and exactly where we're headed today.

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May 11, 2022
Inflation is the highest it has been in 40 years, and it’s affecting more than peoples’ wallets; it’s affecting their peace. #1 New York Times Bestselling author Rachel Cruze is here this week to give us practical advice about how to navigate the financial challenges that are affecting all of us. And the reason I wanted to have Rachel on the podcast again is not only for the financial tips but also because financial stress can take a toll on our mental and emotional health as well. But it doesn't have to, and that's exactly what we're talking with Rachel about today. If you enjoy this episode with Rachel, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

225: Know Yourself. Know Your Money. (feat. Rachel Cruze)

285: Training Your Body and Brain to Thrive During Stress and Recover from Trauma (feat. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley)

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May 4, 2022
In a lot of ways, I think the idea of balance—managing the weight of the various areas of life—is a bit of a fallacy. So where does life balance begin? That's where our conversation is headed today with bestselling author, Touré Roberts. Touré's own experiences with overwhelm really qualify him to get under the hood of what balance really is, how to work from rest (not for rest), and also how to break a deficit mindset in your life.

If you enjoy this episode with Touré, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

285: Training Your Body and Brain to Thrive During Stress and Recover from Trauma (feat. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley)

257: Burnout, Managing Energy, and How to Live at Your Best (feat. Carey Nieuwhof)

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Apr 27, 2022

According to today's guest, Ben Stuart, the pastor of Passion City Church in Washington D.C., a lot of us underestimate the complexity of what’s happening beneath the surface in our soul and spirit and then never find peace and victory that’s sustainable. That's why he argues that we must fight for rest and why struggle in life is so necessary for our development. For Ben, this struggle, this fight, was true when he had to lay face down and lived sick each day because of the side effects of the medications after major back surgery. And it took a toll on his emotional health. You'll hear more about that and more in today's conversation with Ben Stuart. If you enjoy this episode with Ben, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

290: Dr. John Delony on Grief, Trauma, the Physical Implications of Your Thoughts, and How to Own Your Past

280: Levi Lusko on Inner Pace, Faithfulness vs. Ambition, Cold Therapy, and Why We Need to Do Hard Things

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Apr 20, 2022

As a society, we are trending toward dying younger, more miserable, more in debt, and more mentally, physically, spiritually, and relationally unwell. This week, my good friend, Dr. John Delony, is here to talk about grief, trauma, the physical implications of your thoughts, and how to own your past so you can change your future.

If you enjoy this episode with Dr. Delony, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

151: Why Your Relationships Keep Failing and How to Find the Right People to Fuel Longevity in Life (feat. Dr. John Townsend)

212: How to Let Go of Guilt (feat. Valorie Burton)

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Apr 13, 2022

This week, my good friend, Jordan Lee Dooley is here to talk about how she and her husband, Matt, have navigated unmet expectations, deferred hope, health crises, and what happened when she found herself in a place of reevaluating everything in her life. Disrupted, delayed, or even seemingly destroyed dreams have a way of making us rethink everything. But perhaps that's not always the worst thing. In those moments, you and I have a chance to pause and consider what matters most to us in a world that’s constantly telling us what we should want or should do.

If you enjoy this episode with Jordan, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

286: Clingy? Angry? Anxious? Understanding Your Attachment Style (feat. Krispin Mayfield)

285: Training Your Body and Brain to Thrive During Stress and Recover from Trauma (feat. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley)

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Apr 6, 2022

This week on the podcast, New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist is here to talk about her experiences with chaos, change, loss, and how to practice self-compassion through it all. We're also going to explore how heartbreak and disappointment have the opportunity to shape us as well as why establishing boundaries in relationships is critical during times of change.

If you enjoy this episode with Shauna, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

279: Dismantling “Project Self” and How to Transform a Generation (feat. Jon Tyson)

276: Victim Consciousness, Heartache, and How Coping Mechanisms Create a False Sense of Health (feat. Dr. Dan Allender)

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Mar 30, 2022

This week on the podcast, we're talking with licensed professional counselor and author, Debra Fileta, about why we are not as healthy as we think we are. Now, there's a lot loading that statement, and we'll unpack all of it today with Debra. This mental and emotional health conversation is so relevant to all of us, especially in our present moment where society declares “do what feels good, live your truth.”

If you enjoy this episode with Debra, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

279: Dismantling “Project Self” and How to Transform a Generation (feat. Jon Tyson)

276: Victim Consciousness, Heartache, and How Coping Mechanisms Create a False Sense of Health (feat. Dr. Dan Allender)

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Mar 23, 2022

This week, we are talking licensed professional counselor, Krispin Mayfield, all about understanding your attachment style in relationships. Have you ever felt an overriding sense of shame that motivates you to work harder, strive, and operate outside your temperament and identity in order to belong? I definitely have, and that's just one aspect of the conversation we're tackling today.

If you enjoy this episode with Krispin, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

277: Why the Relentless Pursuit of Pleasure Leads to Pain, Narcissism, and Dopamine Addiction (feat. Dr. Anna Lembke)

282: Jamie Winship on Getting Unstuck, The Lie of Being Alone, Radical Individualism, and Why Pain is Good

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Mar 16, 2022

Trauma has been front and center in a lot of conversations, from trauma therapy to trauma bonding, to the trauma brain’s response to life and relationships. This week, we are talking about training your body and brain to thrive during stress and how to recover from trauma. Joining us is Dr. Elizabeth Stanley, who is a political scientist, teaches about international security, and has a stunning military background.

If you enjoy this episode with Dr. Stanley, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

277: Why the Relentless Pursuit of Pleasure Leads to Pain, Narcissism, and Dopamine Addiction (feat. Dr. Anna Lembke)

282: Jamie Winship on Getting Unstuck, The Lie of Being Alone, Radical Individualism, and Why Pain is Good

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Mar 9, 2022

This week, marriage and family therapist Nicole Zasowski joins us to talk about the fear of disappointment and loss and why shame is as self-absorbed as pride. I think a common experience for many of us is the fear of enjoying a moment of life too much because history tells us that loss or pain must be on the way. What’s behind that? That's exactly where we're headed with Nicole.

If you enjoy this episode with Nicole, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

207: What to Do with Your Unwanted Pain and Why Pretending Keeps You from Transformation (feat. Nicole Zasowski)

211: Healing Old Wounds, Generational Trauma, and the Roots of Depression (feat. Dr. Christopher Motley)

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Mar 2, 2022

Brooke Ligertwood joins the conversation to talk all about how to live a life of longevity, why self-protection stymies our growth, and how she makes quality decisions that shaper her life. Brooke, a Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter, is known around the world, but today's conversation pulls the curtain back on her brand-new album, Seven, and will reveal her key motivations that inform the decisions she's made and the path she's walking.

If you enjoy this episode with Brooke, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

280: Levi Lusko on Inner Pace, Faithfulness vs. Ambition, Cold Therapy, and Why We Need to Do Hard Things

249: The Danger of Deception and Bitterness and Core Values that Will Shape Your Life (feat. Henry and Alex Seeley)

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Feb 23, 2022

This week, the most downloaded guest of all time is back, and that's Jamie Winship. Today, we're talking about how to get unstuck, why pain is good and living from our true identity versus this current cultural obsession with radical individualism, finding yourself inside yourself, speaking "your truth," and getting your power back.

If you enjoy this episode with Jamie, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

221: The Soul of Shame and What Shame Does to You (feat. Curt Thompson, M.D.)

215: Why Future-Tripping is Depressing and Why Transformation Destroys Self-Improvement (feat. Paul Young, author of “The Shack”)

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Feb 16, 2022

If the pathway to peace is often found through pain, not around pain, in the presence of discomfort, there's an opportunity to grow and develop in any season we face. This week, the incredible Morgan Harper Nichols joins us to talk about the practice of peace and learning how to exhale in uncertainty. If you feel overwhelmed with anxiety about the future, you're far from alone. For many of us, when we're not worrying about what is to come, we find ourselves wrestling with things from the past. Where does that leave us today? Stay tuned because that's exactly what Morgan is going to walk us through today.

If you enjoy this episode with Morgan, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

263: Surrender, Control, and Your Emotional Health (feat. Rebekah and Gabe Lyons)

269: How to Un-Complicate Prayer and What’s in a Deeply Formed Life (feat. Rich Villodas)

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Feb 11, 2022

In today's encore conversation, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Atomic Habits, James Clear is going to teach us all about how to get one percent better every day by building systems and habits that last. Today, you’ll learn a plan that can take you to new heights in your personal growth by getting down to one word: habits. So, whether you’re looking to reduce stress, quit a bad habit, lose weight, or achieve the success that lasts for the long haul, you’re not going to get the silver bullet fix to manifest everything you want, but. Instead, you’re going to learn how to get 1% better every day by developing atomic habits.

If you enjoy this episode with James, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

257: Burnout, Managing Energy, and How to Live at Your Best (feat. Carey Nieuwhof)

258: Erwin McManus on Experiencing and Expressing Genius

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Feb 9, 2022

Learning how to gauge and guide our inner pace takes discipline, but the result is our ability to say "yes" to what matters in life. Hey, friends. Thanks for joining me this week for episode 280 where my friend, Levi Lusko, joins us to talk about inner pace, faithfulness vs. ambition, and why we need to do hard things. Maybe you've been asking yourself, "How do I make decisions when I'm overwhelmed by fear that keeps me trapped in indecision?" Be honest. Many of you are overwhelmed. And the stats prove that nearly 40% of people have considered quitting their jobs in the last year. The pace is unsustainable. What's the solution? That's what we will unpack with Levi today.

And before we head to the conversation with Levi, maybe you missed my big announcement last week, but Win Today is now part of The Art of Leadership Network, led by my friend, top podcaster, and author, Carey Nieuwhof. The Art of Leadership Network is a group of leaders dedicated to helping you live in a way today that will help you thrive tomorrow. And our seat at the podcast network table is what you've enjoyed thus far: conversations all about mental health, emotional health, and spiritual growth. You can learn more about our various podcasters and their shows at theartofleadershipnetwork.com.

If you enjoy this episode with Levi, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

279: Dismantling "Project Self” and How to Transform a Generation (feat. Jon Tyson)

271: Codependency, Betrayal, and Why Relationships are Just Hard (feat. Andi Andrew)

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Feb 2, 2022

We are living in a culture obsessed with self. Fortune cookie Freudian slogans that started as a trend have now become truth. “Self” has become the soul’s port of authority in our postmodern culture. Hey, friends. Thanks for joining me this week for episode 279, where today, Jon Tyson joins us to talk about dismantling "project self" and what it's going to take to transform a generation. Now, don’t be mistaken, living a life of wholeness, spirit, soul, and body, is of vital necessity. It’s just that we aren’t the point of our own story. "Project self" has no footing in the presence of true transformation. And that's exactly what we're talking about today.

If you enjoy this episode with Jon, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

260: Self-Defeating Behavior, Living a Lie, and the Path to Inner Peace (feat. John Mark Comer)

276: Victim Consciousness, Heartache, and How Coping Mechanisms Create a False Sense of Health (feat. Dr. Dan Allender)

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Jan 26, 2022

Maybe you showed up today and are thinking, "My life doesn’t look anything like I wanted it to. How do I even keep going?" Well, that's the conversation we're having today with visual artist, Scott Erickson, who's going to teach us what to do when life doesn't look anything like our dreams. Maybe a question you're wrestling with today is how to know when you should let go of a dream. Scott's here to talk candidly about exactly that with you and me.

If you enjoy this episode with Scott, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

233: The Cost of Holding Back in Life, Faking Positivity, and The Hidden Power of Writing Things Down (feat. Ally Fallon)

235: Get Out of Your Way, Ask Better Questions, and Flip Your Focus (feat. Comedian Michael Jr.)

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Jan 19, 2022

According to our guest today, the relentless pursuit of pleasure leads to pain. And this isn't hyperbole, it's science. This week, we're joined by Dr. Anna Lembke, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. We’re living in a time of unprecedented access to high-reward, high-dopamine stimuli: drugs, food, news, gambling, shopping, gaming, texting, and social media. Dr. Lembke says that "the increased numbers, variety, and potency is staggering. The smartphone is the modern-day hypodermic needle, delivering digital dopamine 24/7 for a wired generation. As such we’ve all become vulnerable to compulsive overconsumption." So today, Dr. Lembke is going to explain why the relentless pursuit of pleasure leads to pain…and what to do about it.

If you enjoy this episode with Dr. Lembke, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

257: Burnout, Managing Energy, and How to Live at Your Best (feat. Carey Nieuwhof)

260: Self-Defeating Behavior, Living a Lie, and the Path to Inner Peace (feat. John Mark Comer)

Episode Links:

Dr. Lembke’s Website | Buy a copy of "Dopamine Nation" on Amazon

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Jan 12, 2022

Tragedy and pain inevitably touch our lives in some way. We long to feel whole, but more often than not, the way we've learned to deal with our wounds pushes us away from the very restoration we need most. This week, we're joined by Dr. Dan Allender, who's going to teach us all about redeeming heartache and how our very familiar coping mechanisms create a false sense of health. If you've experienced any sort of loss or pain recently, I really want you to buckle into this conversation. Please take notes. Please rewind and listen to sections of the conversation again as you need.

If you enjoy this episode with Dan, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

266: Core Issues of the Soul, a Fresh Perspective on Grief and Loss, and The Soul of Desire (feat. Curt Thompson, M.D.)

260: Self-Defeating Behavior, Living a Lie, and the Path to Inner Peace (feat. John Mark Comer)

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Jan 5, 2022

This week on the podcast, we're talking about how to rewrite your self-sabotaging story and how to overcome self-defeating behavior using the incredible tool that is the Enneagram. Joining us is Ian Cron, bestselling author, speaker, and Enneagram expert. After leaving today's conversation with Ian, I trust you will have clear steps to free your mind from the outdated messages you learned years ago, which will unlock blocks to personal and spiritual growth, which will empower you to take another step further in becoming the person God designed you to be.

If you enjoy this episode with Ian, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

266: Core Issues of the Soul, a Fresh Perspective on Grief and Loss, and The Soul of Desire (feat. Curt Thompson, M.D.)

262: Approval Addiction, The Dark Side of Discipline, and How to Discern Urgency (feat. Jordan Raynor)

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Dec 29, 2021

Do you remember that at a young age, we had to be taught to color inside the lines? We had to be taught to think inside the box, too. But our natural instinct was to think outside the box. To express an innate genius through our lives. But here's the catch: genius is not transferrable. You could spend your life with Picasso and never become a great painter." But with Jesus, his genius is dramatically the reverse. His genius, it would seem, is contagious. Why? Find out this week with our guest, Erwin McManus.

If you enjoy this episode with Erwin, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

253: How to Make Sure You’re Dealing with Blind Spots, Hopelessness, and Why Emotions are a Bad Compass (feat. Daniel Harkavy)

241: How to Free Yourself from the Cult of Overwork and the Benefits of Non-Achievement (feat. Michael Hyatt)

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Dec 22, 2021

One of the best pieces of advice I've ever been given, that I want to give to you, is to ask people for feedback about y our own blind spots. And this plays into every domain of life, from finances to personal growth, and especially to relationships. And that's exactly the target we're going to hit today: the top relationship mistakes we make that we don't know we're making. Dave and Ann Wilson join us today. In addition to being my pastors and leaders, they're the bestselling authors of Vertical Marriage and the hosts of the nationally syndicated radio program, Family Life Today. This is their space, and to be honest, I don't think anyone talks about it like they do.

If you enjoyed this episode with Dave and Ann, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

222: Lysa TerKeurst on Forgiving What You Can’t Forget

230: Rejection in Relationships, Sexual Shame, and Why You Shouldn’t Kiss Dating Goodbye (feat. Kait Warman)

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Dec 15, 2021

Two years into marriage, my friends, Chris and Megan Rea, were done. They went from being high school sweethearts where they said, "We can't keep our hands off each other" to "We're just roommates." This week, we're talking with Chris and Megan all about how to keep your marriage flourishing and out of "roommate mode."

If you enjoy this episode with Chris and Meg, I'm sure you'll also enjoy:

238: The Top Relationship Mistakes We Make that We Don’t Know We’re Making (feat. Dave and Ann Wilson)

247: How to Predict Happiness in Marriage and Why Attraction, Chemistry, and Compatibility Aren’t Enough (feat. Gary Thomas)

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Chris and Megan’s WebsiteInstagram | Facebook

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