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Cut through the noise and get your story heard! Have you hit a wall with your church, your ministry, or your nonprofit organization? In spite of a genuine calling, an exceptional team and solid investment in the vision, has your spark never caught fire? If so, your story may be drowning in the sea of messages in our media-saturated culture. We are more connected than ever, but all of this connectivity comes with a price - the most cluttered and distracted culture in history. You may be a pastor, a ministry or nonprofit leader, or an entrepreneur, filmmaker, writer, or artist. Whatever your story or message, Phil Cooke reveals the new rules for communicating that message in the 21st century. He shares his road-tested strategies for getting noticed in a media-driven culture. Regardless of the size of your vision or organization, Phil's remarkable insights will give you the tools to tell your story, be heard, and truly connect with a changing world.

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ISBN: 9781609816513
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