Book Review: The People Factor by Van Moody
has a wonderful way of writing and I enjoyed many aspects of this book.
Packed with powerful insight, he
skillfully brought in stories of the bible to help with his
puts importance on being straightforward and sincere, among many other things and believes something I have always believed too: "Being able to say what you mean and mean what you say is a vital component of a successful life and healthy relationships.
specifically suggests the requirement of integrity from our relationships, "the bible calls us to love one another, but we should not allow ourselves to walk closely with people who do not have integrity.
I also thought his
part of Blessing in Disguise was a good teaching: "If we do not trust God to lead us, we will undervalue the places He
Van Moody serves as pastor of the Worship Center in Birmingham, Alabama and is an "author, motivational speaker and media expert source who advises on matters related to relationships as they pertain to friends, family, significant others and the workplace.
is a "People Scholar" who understands the power and potential in developing the "right" relationships and, in kind, he
helps individuals, couples and groups build their "Relational IQ" to achieve success at home, in their social circles, and in business."
For more information about Van Moody
, visit vanmoody.com