Who are you, really? In this episode of Work, Love, Pray, producer, author, and 4word Advisory Board member Kathleen Cooke shares how she has learned to identify and be confident in who she is, and how Esther from the Bible offers some inspiration for overcoming imposter syndrome. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.
Links for this episode:
- Book: “Unique: Telling Your Story in the Age of Social Media”
- Book: “Hope4Today: Stay Connected to God in a Distracted Culture”
A media executive, producer/actress, writer, and global speaker, Kathleen Cooke is a founding partner at Cooke Media Group (cookemediagroup.com) where she oversees casting and is a creative director for all major projects. She is the former co-director of the global Biola Media Conference and the National Women’s ASCEND Conference and founded and directed Christian Women In Media Hollywood. She now leads and inspires women involved in media and entertainment through her nonprofit, The Influence Lab (influencelab.com) focused on redefining Christian media strategies in the digital age. She speaks globally and edits the bi-monthly Influence Women’s journal. She’s on the advisory boards for the National Salvation Army, Hollywood Prayer Network, Courage For Life, and 4word. Her devotional, Hope 4 Today: Stay Connected To God In A Distracted Culture. challenges readers to engage with Bible reading 4 or more times a week for true life success. She cherishes being the wife to, Phil Cooke, mother to two daughters, son-in-law and two grandchildren. You can read her weekly blog and find out more about her at KathleenCooke.com, or connect with her on all social media platforms @KathleenRCooke
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