The People Factor Paperback
How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose
by Van Moody;
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The People Factor
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We need to undertake the important task of evaluating our relationships intelligently. We need to recognise 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 more 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, more 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.
The People Factor by Van Moody was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2014 and is our 33403rd best seller. The ISBN for The People Factor is 9781400205028.
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Details for The People Factor
|Author / Artist||Van Moody|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||320|
|Page last updated||13th September 2017|