One Question

by Ken Coleman

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If you could sit down with the people you most admire and ask just one question, what would you ask?

One Question invites you to peer over the shoulder of a master interviewer with access to today’s best and brightest as he delivers carefully crafted questions and collects answers guaranteed to surprise, challenge, and inspire.

  • What is coach Tony Dungy’s advice for achieving success while maintaining integrity?
  • What advice does Malcolm Gladwell give parents about instilling a work ethic in our children?
  • How does President Jimmy Carter suggest we continue forward and reinvent ourselves in new seasons?
  • What does Robin McGraw have to say to women about reaching their full potential both inside and outside their homes?
Ken Coleman

About Ken Coleman

Ken Coleman is host of The Ken Coleman Show and the top-rated EntreLeadership Podcast, and author of One Question: Life-Changing Answers from Today’s Leading Voices. An acclaimed interviewer and broadcaster, Coleman equips, encourages and entertains listeners through thought-provoking interviews, helping them grow their businesses, pursue their passions, and move toward a fulfilled purpose. Coleman joined Ramsey Solutions in 2014 and frequently guest hosts The Dave Ramsey Show—the third-ranked nationally syndicated talk radio show in America.

Product Details

Pages: 197
Publisher: Ramsey Press
Format: Hardcover
Release Date: January 1, 2011
Chapters: 36
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1937077952
Genre: Leadership, Interview, Motivation, Celebrity
Target Audience: People Wanting to Be Inspired by Life-Lessons from High-Profile People
SKU: 9781937077952OLP

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