How did Jacob inherit the Abrahamic covenant (despite being disadvantaged by order of birth) and become father of the patriarchs? How did he become stupendously wealthy and prominent twenty years after he ran away from home with just a staff? The top is open to all, but not everyone will reach the top. This is a bitter but truthful pill to swallow. Factors like background, environment, education, exposure, connection, ability, etc., may contribute to this, but attitude-which is the missing most essential attribute-is what this book tries to address. You can learn and unlearn your attitudes. Through this book, you'll get to know the ten attitudes that lead to greatness and those that surely culminate in failure, attitudes approved and disapproved of God, attitudes that worked against Esau, and those that worked for Jacob. Indeed, the top is for people with great and positive attitudes. And you can be one of them if you cultivate and practice the attitudes described in this book.
Philip Uchenna Nkwocha is a man of many parts. Called to be an evangelist, Philip has undergone several theological trainings in the Assemblies of God, Nigeria, and has been teaching in the Sunday school for more than twenty-one years. He once served as a deacon for eight years and a two-time youth president of the Assemblies of God, Agboju Lagos. Philip is an avid Bible scholar, songwriter, singer, and currently the missions president (overseeing both local and foreign missions) of the Assemblies of God, Agboju Lagos, where he also serves as the prayer band leader. He has authored two books-Spiritual Remote Control and You Can Be Rich Too. Converted at the age of seven, Philip believes in the totality of the Word of God and is actively involved in preaching the Word of Life from place to place. Philip is also a professional banker with over eighteen years of experience in commercial, retail, and corporate banking. He is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) and holds a master's degree in business administration and a BSc in finance and banking from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He has attended various executive education courses, including the Kellogg School of Management. Philip is happily married to Blessing, and their marriage is blessed with four wonderful children.