12 Skills To Make You Successful In Life

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Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, Founder and General Overseer of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), has once again published some thought-provoking lectures aimed at emancipating people from poverty, transforming them into wealthy individuals capable of surviving in times of adversity.
On Thursday, March 17, 2022, during the Prophetic Kitchen show on PCI Radio/TV, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah revealed “Twelve Skills To Make You Successful In Life During Times Of Crisis.”

According to him, the world is entering a period of severe crisis, and survival will require these 12 abilities.

He stated that during times of crisis, everyone discusses a shortage of money and how money is the problem.

However, he highlighted that a lack of money is not the root cause of the problem, but rather a symptom of it.

“The true issue is a lack of skills, because skill is the most powerful weapon somebody can employ to overcome any financial situation during a crisis,” he explained.

According to Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, skill is the most valuable asset for managing any situation in the twenty-first century, and the ability to speak persuasively to any customer during times of crisis when everyone is hot and buying and selling becomes difficult; thus, “no one is ready to sell or buy anything that makes life difficult.”

According to him, the First and Most Important Skill is Communication.

“I refer to it as the most potent gift in times of difficulty. The ability to communicate with and convince people, as well as ask them powerful questions, is the best gift to have during times of crisis, because some people are confused, fearful, and angry about the situation in which they find themselves, which is why one needs to be skilled at managing the situation well,” he explained.

He emphasized that during times of crisis, markets become the most hardest places to navigate, where everything requires talent to succeed.

“The reason you lack money is a sign of your lack of abilities,” he explained. Your financial insecurity is a sign that you lack abilities.”

Taking his message from 1 Samuel 17:30–36

“And he turned away from him and spoke in the same fashion; and the people responded in the same manner as before.

When the words said by David were heard, they were rehearsed in front of Saul, and he sent for him.

And David answered to Saul, “Let no one’s heart be troubled by him; thy servant will go and battle this Philistine.”

And Saul replied to David, “Thou art not strong enough to go up against this Philistine and battle with him; for thou art a lad, and he has been a man of war from his boyhood.”

When David replied to Saul, “Thy servant was tending his father’s sheep, and a lion and a bear came and stole a lamb from the flock:

And I pursued him, smote him, and took it from his mouth: and when he rose against me, I grasped him by his beard, smote him, and killed him.

Thy servant slaughtered both lion and bear; and this uncircumcised Philistine must be included among them, having resisted the armies of the living God.

Additionally, David stated, “The Lord, who freed me from the lion’s and bear’s paws, will deliver me from the hand of this Philistine.” And Saul replied to David, “Go in the name of the Lord.”

He stated that David utilized his communication abilities to resolve conflicts and establish himself as a leader during a time when Goliath instilled dread in the populace.

Additionally, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah stated that at the time of Davis, among all disgruntled people, David learned how to communicate effectively, which resulted in his being taken before the King.

“In times like this, you require talents to complement your gift. You require skills and the capacity to converse in markets in order to avoid becoming hungry.

He emphasized that “African leaders lack the necessary abilities to manage their countries’ issues,” but David spotted the opportunity in the crisis and capitalized on it to climb.

“There is a promise inherent in every circumstance or crisis. You can never be wealthy if you avoid issues. Africans flee from adversity. Every great individual must be capable of issue solving, but in Africa, we like to create them; we are not problem solvers. In times of crisis, you do not require propaganda to live; you do, however, require communication skills, as everyone is “Hot” at that moment.

Opportunities Ignored

Additionally, the SEER discussed the behaviors of passing up chances.

According to him, squandering possibilities will result in poverty, and that “Never squander opportunity on others; it will result in poverty.”

POOR – Constantly Missing Opportunities.”

He did, however, imply that the capacity to communicate in a market environment is critical.

is critical at times of crisis because during times of crisis, life becomes marketing and everything becomes a market.

“All you need to live is the ability to communicate, attract people, and solve issues. Money’s job is to solve problems, and as long as you continue to flee from problems, you will lack money.”

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