Attitudes which open doors

By Stephen Correa

Honesty is the biggest business for your life, the grace, the kind words, the good treatment and the clarity let you have excellent relationships and open big doors. Some people lose opportunities for be arrogant, aggressive and have bad language. Even thou you are very skilled and have big gifts, doors will close for you because of your bad attitudes. If you want that big doors open in life there are 6 keys to know how to relate with others and have a good attitude.

Key1 You must be always humble, because arrogance is detestable and be proud only trigger the doors close of many opportunities. The modesty gives grace in front of everybody and in front of God as James 4:6 and 1 Peter 5:5 say “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble”.

Key2 Be honest in everything, don’t try to trick anybody because sooner or later you will have negative consequences. Everything you sow you will harvest “Differing weights are an abomination to the Lord, and false scales are not good”. Proverbs 20:23

Key 3 Use kind words, you must have good relationships always, doesn’t matter with who, not underestimate anyone, you don’t know where can doors open, God likes that we be good with everyone, our heart must not be hateful or intolerant. We are being watched all the time and behind the person that we not even imagine can be a big door, don’t ever guide by the appearances. Treat with kindness to everyone.

Key 4 Learn how to ask for forgiveness if you were wrong, the best you can do when you get wrong is accept it and ask for forgiveness. This is the easier way to correct the mistakes, don’t justify, all can understand because we are human. This makes you even more transparent and trusty.

Key 5 Be a teachable person, you will always learn something from the rest, especially from people who get success results in what they do. A person who get good results in any subject, has authority in the subject, you should choose these persons as a reference.

Key 6 Be neat and committed, don’t promise things you can’t keep. Be diligent and responsible because God won’t use a person who forgets about everything and who doesn’t care about the rest of people. If someone is waiting for you and you can’t get to the appointment, call. If you have a date gets early. Be neat and get used to accomplish what you promise.
Remember what Proverbs 2:7 says: “he stores up sound wisdom for the upright;  he is a shield to those who walk blamelessly”

(Stephen Correa message)

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