The I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful LifeVan Moody
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Everyone seems to have the keys to happiness and success. Van Moody’s “The I Factor” focuses on how building a great relationship with yourself is the way.
Van Moody, author of The People Factor, rips the veil of secrecy from people’s deepest and most intimate struggle—the one with themselves—and sets readers on the road to personal wholeness, security, and success.
One question lies behind every struggle we face:
☞ How do I deal with myself?
Behind all our stumbles, behind each of our missteps, behind every one of our failings lies an inability to handle what Van Moody calls the “I-Factor.”
More than self-worth or self-respect, beyond even character and perception of purpose, the I-Factor is about managing yourself—your whole life—well. In his inspiring new book, Moody reveals how to get hold of your I-Factor.
Moody identifies three dynamics essential to winning the battle of the I-Factor:
● and perspective.
He looks at this from a spiritual perspective and shares some good points throughout. It’s another look at many ideas and concepts you’ve likely read or heard from other authors. At the end of each chapter he offers a solid review of the main points, and then some questions to help put the points into practice in your life.
There’s some good stuff here and some good reminders of how to keep yourself buoyed up in a crazy world that is often more intent on seeing someone fail than applauding the small steps toward a good life.
To win the battle with the I-Factor, a person must have a proper understanding of three dynamics: identity, significance, and perspective.
When you understand your identity you know who you are, setting your foundation for everything.
When you understand your significance, you see the purpose and the greatness you were created for.
And when you understand perspective, you can view the problems you face as stepping-stones to greatness rather than stumbling blocks.
Properly understand these three dynamics, and you will be able to master your I-Factor.
Weaving together personal stories, practical principles, and profound biblical truth, The I-Factor provides the key to achieving the life of greatness that you are destined for.
The fundamental question behind every struggle we face is this: How do I deal with myself? Van Moody calls this “the I-Factor,” the combination of dynamics that converge to form the totality of a person’s relationship with him- or herself.
More than self-worth or self-respect, beyond character and perception of purpose, the I-Factor is about managing yourself—your whole life—well. And in this inspiring new book, Moody reveals how to get hold of the I-Factor.
Weaving together personal stories, practical principles, and profound biblical truth, The I Factor provides readers with the key to achieving the life of greatness that they are destined for.
Van writes this book with lots of examples to show the reader how they can introspect, learn about building themselves and ultimately have personal victories through their struggles.
We hear stories about individuals who are usually in the spotlight and are, in our minds, inevitably destined for success.
Out of the blues, they make a fall from grace and we are left wondering how this has happened.
Van suggests that this may be because the world places a higher value of external characteristics, these individuals do not spend the time to take care of their internal selves. Their crash and burn is inevitable.
What about us? How do we take care of inward selves? How do we ensure we don’t fall prey to pressures around us?
Many readers like the way he explains how it is vitally important for the reader to have a relationship with him/herself. Our relationship with ourselves is as vital or even more important than our relationship with others.
How do you relate with yourself?
Favourite quote: “Here’s my point: the Titanic sank not because the iceberg was in the ocean, but because no one saw it in time to steer clear of it.”
About the Author
Van Moody understands how impactful relationships can be to both our personal and professional lives. He knows the tangible differences between positive and negative relationships and has the tools to increase an individual’s, couple’s or group’s “Relational IQ” to bring about positive change in social circles, both at home and the office. This dynamic and discerning communicator can motivate any audience member to recognize opportunity in every relationship and forge new paths to connection and networking.
Moody has lectured in the classrooms of Harvard and Oxford Universities where he, himself, has also studied to further his quest for knowledge. Among his numerous affiliations, Moody is an associate trainer in Japan for EQUIP, the world’s largest and most comprehensive grassroots leadership, personal growth and development organization founded by Dr. John C. Maxwell. He also serves on the board of directors for Joel Osteen’s Champions Network.