DALLAS, TX, (December 9, 2013) - Birmingham minister, author and motivational speaker Van Moody says this is the time of the year to find out which relationships are worth keeping, worth changing or ending.
"Relationships either lift you up or weigh you down," said Moody, author of "The People Factor", a new book that offers insightful advice on building great relationships and ending bad ones. "In light of this universal truth, it's absolutely critical that you know two things: how much you need to invest in a relationship and which ones must come to an end.
Throughout the pages of "The People Factor," (paperback, ISBN: 9781400205028, $16.99 U.S.) Moody lays out the steps to building and maintaining genuine, authentic relationships. In a flowing, engaging, attention grabbing style, he provides a beyond-the-basics guide for the critical task of evaluating our relationships intelligently and taking decisive action in kind. Take a look at this video that will give you a preview of the book, and Moody's approach to this sensitive issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03F-FjsDsbY
Moody, who travels the world teaching people how to raise their relational IQ, offers a basic framework for individuals to evaluate their relationships. As a people scholar, Moody says most people tend to avoid dealing with relationships - good and bad. Based on his research over the years, he is available for interviews, seminars and speaking engagements to discuss any of the following topics:
- Is helping you hurting me? How to know
- How to have healthy relationships with unhealthy people
- Sure-fire signs of a toxic relationship
- Essential elements of a successful relationship
- 'Relationship boundaries': why they're needed and how to set them
- Signs a relationship is heading south
- Exit strategy: when and how to end an unhealthy relationship
- 5 fundamentals of a constructive relational transition
Field expert Van Moody 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. 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. Moody earned a B.A. from DePauw University and has lectured in the classrooms of Harvard and Oxford Universities where he, himself, has also studied to further his quest for knowledge in business, economic and community Development. Moody and his wife reside in Birmingham, Alabama with their two children. Learn more online at www.vanmoody.com.
To book Van Moody, you can contact Neil Foote, firstname.lastname@example.org, 214.448.3765.