The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose

The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose

The People Factor How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God Given Purpose The relationships in your life will make the difference between happiness and misery The right relationship will launch you to the heights of achievement the wrong one will tether you to mediocrity Yo

  • Title: The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose
  • Author: Van Moody
  • ISBN: 9781400205028
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • The relationships in your life will make the difference between happiness and misery.The right relationship will launch you to the heights of achievement the wrong one will tether you to mediocrity Your relationships will be your sources of greatest joy and your venues of greatest pain Van Moody says, When people show you who they are, pay attention We need to undertThe relationships in your life will make the difference between happiness and misery.The right relationship will launch you to the heights of achievement the wrong one will tether you to mediocrity Your relationships will be your sources of greatest joy and your venues of greatest pain Van Moody says, When people show you who they are, pay attention We need to undertake the important task of evaluating our relationships intelligently We need to recognize the people with whom God has called us to walk in mutually beneficial relationships and to identify those who will derail our destinies or hinder His purposes for our lives It is high time we cultivate our Relational IQs, understanding not only how to build great relationships but also how to avoid or skillfully exit bad ones Van Moody saw this need every day of his pastoral life, but he could not find a concise, practical resource for people who need to become relationally savvy He needed a beyond the basics study guide for Relational IQ The People Factor is his solution.God works in our lives through our relationships Yet, all too often, we get our relationship advice from the most toxic sources we can find The People Factor is based on the most effective, trustworthy relationship book of all time the Bible.If you hunger for a richer, fulfilling life, your Relational IQ is the place to start If you put The People Factor principles to work, you will become stronger, happier, and healthier in all your relationships You will be a better spouse, a better friend, a better boss, a better parent, and a better person.

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    I expected a book about relationships, how to choose them wisely, set boundaries, and how to get out if necessary, but what I didn’t expect from Van Moody’s The People Factor was the idea that relationships are the determining factor in our lives. Bad relationships will derail our best efforts, and we have to pay attention to the people we are allowing to influence our quality of life. Therefore, increasing our relationship IQ is the way to becoming a better spouse, parent, friend, co-worker [...]

    Full of insight for a troubled heart!This book aloud me to understand and grasp my relationships with other people in every aspect. It allowed me to see what direction I needed to focus on for myself and in building a friendship and or relationship. Thanks for the great read I actually read it twice to make sure I understood what was being feed to me and to gain all the knowledge I possibly could.

    I am fully aware that the author is a minister, and as a man of God, I am also aware that his advice will have a lot to do with his religion. That is fine, it just doesn't help me. I don't need to read or be told about passages from the bible to be a better or more socially happy person. The idea that you have to love God first and then your loved ones doesn't fit with my ideology. Apart from the sweet and a little trite bible lessons, the rest of his advice is pretty obvious. This book was less [...]

    I enjoyed reading this book. I could pick and choose the chapters/sub chapters that was of interest to me. Van Moody, a pastor, is the author of this book. He meshes psychology and versus from the Bible to create examples that are easy to understand and make sense about the dynamics of relationships. He explores numerous types of relationships including those with friends, spouses, bosses, children, etc. The book is a wealth of information. If you are not a religious person, don't take offense t [...]

    really good book about relationships and deciphering between which are good for your life and which may not be able to stay with you as you move to new phases in your life. it is based on religious ideas and there is a lot of scripture so may not be for everyone, however I very much enjoyed some of the advice on handling relationships and either feeding them or letting them go.

    Great book!!Although the information presented in this book is nothing we don't already know, I appreciated the way it was presented. Very thought provoking and well written.

    "When people show you who they are, pay attention."-Van Moody The People Factor is subtitled, "How building great relationships and enduring bad ones unlocks your God-given purpose" - a hefty premise, and one that Van Moody takes on with ease. This is *not* your typical self-help-with-a-Christian-twist book, but rather an engaging journey. Moody uses personal examples and Biblical examples of good and bad relationships - models that we all share in one way or another. He then examines *why* each [...]

    About the Book There complexities to relationships, whether they be extremely personal like marriage, a friend, or a co-worker. We must determine which relationships are good for us and which ones are bad for us. This is the premise of The People Factor by Pastor Van Moody, which is a simple look at relationships and how there are clear dynamics within all relationships that we have. Moody takes time through the first half of the book to bring into focus some key observations about relationships [...]

    This book is quite insightful. I learned a lot about relationships- how to discern between a good friend and a bad one, becoming aware of a person's character, healthy boundaries, priorities, etc. It really makes you re-evaluate the people in your life. This is an easy read with reflection questions after every chapter. (Do them! It helps the material stick!)

    This book should be required reading for everyone!! I loved this book. It was so informing and made you evaluate your circle and have you looking at some of the members of your circle sideways!!! It was a sobering read as you realize that some of the members of your circle may be the reason for your success or lack of success! The fact that he backs it all up with scripture is a plus. You see how long it took me to read this book, it is not to be taken lightly, if you are not ready to look very [...]

    In The People Factor, author Van Moody uses his experiences and knowledge from being a pastor to analyze how to have healthy, strong relationships. He theorizes that in order to have truly healthy and positive relationships (in anything from marriages, friendships, co-workers etc), we have to be proactive in how we ourselves act (honestly, with integrity), and also proactive in discerning who we should have these bonds with in the first place. I liked that the author addressed many types of rela [...]

    This book has some really interesting ideas. I never really thought about how some of the people in my life cause more stress than bring about the best of me. I guess I just saw that as inevitable in some friendships, but the pastor shows how we need to really put effort into pursuing and creating relationships that are strong and healthy, and that it is not only ok, but actually pretty healthy to end relationships (like friendships and otherwise) if they negatively affect you. I liked how he ta [...]

    Here is an excerpt from my review: "In this book, Moody takes you through the 10 Critical Laws of Relationships: being real, mutual benefit, agreement, letting go, selectivity, sacrifice, no secrets, true value, loyalty, and constructive transition. Reading through what each of these laws mean makes you take stock at your current relationships to see how each one measures up and to see how you measure up. It's not just all about the other people. Don't forget that you have to follow the "laws", [...]

    The People Factor has some good points mixed in with Bible references, but given the author is a reverend, that's expected. What's unfortunate is that as the book progresses, more and more of it is simply bible portions and less of it is actual useful information. He also seems extremely judgmental of people, which I found surprising. The main point of the book is: pay attention to who you befriend, as they can help lift you up - or pull you down.

    I enjoyed reading The People Factor. It provides a lot of insight about the dynamics of various types of relationships. After reading this book, I am encouraged that I can continue to develop and maintain healthy relationships with other people; and confidently end relationships that are no longer mutually beneficial. I definitely recommend this book to anyone, especially believers of Jesus Christ, that desire to gain more wisdom about the impact relationships have on our lives.

    The author provides some good ideas for thought. While the book is an easy read I would have personally preferred to know the main point of the principles first. I found some of the stories to be a bit dry and overly stated. While this is a personal reading preference the book nonetheless is a decent read with some useful tips for developing the right relationships.

    Pastor Van Moody provides a thought provoking guide to understanding the relationships in our lives--dealing with the good and the bad. Filled with personal examples and spiritual insights, his book is one to read, reflect, and apply. For a full review please go to cricketmuse.wordpress

    Excellent read!!! Practical suggestions that actually make sense about maintaining and starting relationships. I can see myself reading this book again as a refresher, but I also took a lot of notes. I would recommend this book to everyone who is looking to foster better relationships and not waste their time on people who are not good for them.

    The book seemed like a compilation of sermons on relationships. It ended abruptly with no real conclusion. While the advice was good, there was nothing profound. Perhaps it is intended for a younger generation of readers?

    I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to understand and have Godly relationships in all areas of their life. It was an easy read but very insightful. I am looking forward to applying the concepts to my own relationships.

    This book was a blessing to my life. Honestly might've been the best book I've ever read in my life because of the lasting impact it will have on my life. Highly recommend everyone read this book. Regardless if you problems/difficulties in relationships with people.

    I definitely learned a lot from this book. It's one of those books that you'll probably need to keep a highlighter handy. Definitely some good learnings about how to deal with certain types of relationships, both good and bad.

    This will really help you understand how to build true and lasting relationships. Whether it be friends, family or spouses this is a great resource for anyone who wants to remove the drama and create life sustaining relationships.

    Great book to read regarding ALL relationshipsVan Moody makes good illustrations of different relationships we go thru in life. This book can be read by Christian and non-Christians since his points capitalize on relationships to look for and let go of.

    Fantastic!I chose this rating, because relationships is the foundation that reveals our character; for good and for the not-so-good. Not only can one improve themselves, but can similarity apply these principles to recognize and celebrate the "back-of-the-scenes" people.

    Great readVan Moody gives phenomenal insight on navigating relationships from friendship, partnership, and marriage. I must read for anyone who values having meaningful and fulfilling relationships on all levels of life.

    This book had a lot of common sense concepts in it. However, I really enjoyed the Biblical references, they gave me places to look in the Bible during my prayer time. Overall I appreciated the theme of self love in the book and reenforcing that happiness comes from within.

    This was a great book. A lot of the advice seemed to have come from a religous point of view but the advice the author gave was still great non the less. I would definitely recommend this book to those looking to strengthen their relationships.

    I thought the book was fairly predictable, but well written. The balance of the stories from the other dancers added to an otherwise, typical life of the main character. Looking forward to Part 2.

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