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EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE
Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: Live. . . Until You Die
While speaking to a senior citizens group one day, a lady stopped me and told me that she was depressed because she didn’t feel useful anymore. I asked her if she realized that Colonel Sanders didn’t start Kentucky Fried Chicken until he was 65. And Clara Peller didn’t say “Where’s the beef?” and become a popular TV star until she was in her eighties. George Burns won an Oscar in his nineties and signed a ten-year contract with Caesar’s Palace! Senior citizens are running marathons, opening businesses, scaling mountains, and doing all sorts of amazing things! They realize that they are all getting older, but their attitude is one of I would rather wear out than rust out! Once I shared that with her, she got a new attitude and got excited about her possibilities. I encourage you to get excited about your possibilities no matter how old you are!
Visit my website at www.williejolley.com for free motivation and make this a great day!
Jan. 16: Actress-dancer Debbie Allen is 60. Singer Sade is 51. Singer Maxine Jones of En Vogue is 44. Actor Richard T. Jones (“Judging Amy”) is 38.
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Jan. 16, 1986: A bronze bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. is the first of any black American placed in the Capitol. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)