It is observed that the highest-paid personnel in every organization are, in general, not those who has the best technical knowledge, but the one to assume leadership, who could arouse enthusiasm among people. In our education mindset, we stress too much on subject knowledge but seldom highlight the importance of people skills. That’s why we usually have bad feelings toward some “people-person” and think of them flattery when we are young. But after knowing the difference between task-oriented personality and people-oriented personality in psychology, we must admit that people skills are essential in the workplace. The bible especially treasures people skills. “Make me truly happy by agreeing wholeheartedly with each other, loving one another, and working together with one mind and purpose. – Philippians 2:2” The verse stresses that sometimes we need to compromise for the sake of unity in an organization (here is talking about the church). Agreement may mean giving up something we want for the sake of what is best for the whole team. We can compromise personal preferences, but never the Christian beliefs. It is the only boundary.