The I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life

The I Factor How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy Successful Life The key to the life you want is inside you 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 faili

  • Title: The I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life
  • Author: Van Moody
  • ISBN: 9780718077563
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • The key to the life you want is inside you.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 aThe key to the life you want is inside you.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 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.

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    1. ​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, [...]

    2. 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. 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 [...]

    3. This book unlocks our hidden fear and shines a light in our purpose. Why we are here and what is truly our bliss. Pick this book up and turn to page 99. It will impact your soul!

    4. I have a few things I didn't like about it but overall, the points are spot on and everyone can take away something from this. Review is here: bit/Ifactor

    5. [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing. All thoughts and opinions are my own.]Being somewhat familiar with the author [1] and with the general circle of writers to which the author belongs, with the concerns about identity in the face of difficult pasts [2], and having looked at the book's focus on the self, I had some serious concerns about the book as I began to read it. Being very familiar with reading books that are not written with me in mind at al [...]

    6. The book for review is “ The I Factor”:How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life” by Van Moody who is the author of “The People Factor. This book falls in the genre or religion, Christian life and personal growth.How do you deal with yourself and what goes on around you? Between all our problems, our downfalls, our failures and how we deal with it is what Mr. Moody calls the I-factor. It’s not about placing us up high in how we see ourselves [...]

    7. The subtitle of this one is "how building a great relationship with yourself is the key to a happy successful life" but it was other positive reviews that actually sold me on giving this one a shot. As soon as I got it, though, I read that the author was on Joel Osteen's board, and I had a feeling I wouldn't end up enjoying this one as much. I was right. It reads very much in line with the "prosperity gospel" themes, with a lot of that same language. It did have a lot of Scripture included and w [...]

    8. I recevied a complimentary copy. The author is giving you something as you read the book and allowing you into this realm of seriousness. The book has so much to offer if you take the time to read it and I think that anyone male or female and older than 17 would benefit from its knowledge. There is a lot of faith based material, so it helps to believe in that perspective. It was interesting and real.

    9. there were quite a few things I did not like about this book . it evident to me at least that some things in this life cannot be rebuilt and relationships are one of those things and to me someone should not write a book about said subject . Some of the things that were pin pointed in the book were not really attainable in my opinion . Nope I had a hard time with this book

    10. I felt this book is a great spiritual guideline when your trying to discover your purpose. It gives many stories in the Bible that draw directly to how you can achieve anything. I think it was a great read for the start of the new year with goals to pursue.

    11. God did not create you for insignificance; He created you to fulfill and awesome destiny and to achieve the greatness for which you were born.-The I Factor

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