T-Mo of the Goodie Mob

Just like the headline says, this page/board is where you can discuss the stuff that we didn’t cover in today’s issue. (It’s sort of like feedback with a twist) Remember, NO name calling, racial taunting, graphic sex talk and vulgarity in general, PLEASE.

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EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE

Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: The Difference Between Determination and Persistence

Today’s tip is focused on helping you overcome this challenging economy. It is taken from my new book, Turn Your Setbacks Into Greenbacks.

People often confuse determination and persistence because they are so similar, but persistence is an action, while determination is an attitude. When the two combine, dreams become realities! If you want to be a success, you must have a dream, you must decide to follow that dream, and you must make a conscious, determined decision that you will keep going until you achieve that dream, I am often asked about the title of my first book, It Only Takes a Minute to Change Your Life, and whether you can really change your life in a minute. I always say Absolutely! You can definitely change your life in a minute. The minute you make a decision and move in a new direction is the minute you change your life. You might not reach your destination in a minute, but you certainly can change your direction in a minute. The same is true for turning your setbacks into greenbacks-you must be determined and persistent! Find your dream, focus on your dream and fight for your dream!

Visit my website at www.williejolley.com for more information on turning your setbacks into greenbacks, and make this a great day!

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Feb. 2: Rapper T-Mo (Goodie Mob) is 38.

WEBSITE OF THE WEEK

MusicBusinessPolitics (MBP) is an entertainment driven marketing firm that specializes in event production, brand development and media-based promotions (www.musicbusinesspolitics.com).

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BLACK HISTORY

Feb. 2, 1962: Seven whites and four blacks arrested after all-night sit-in at Englewood, N.J., city hall. Four black mothers arrested after sit-in at Chicago elementary school. Mothers later received suspended $50 fines. Protests, picketing and demonstrations continued for several weeks against de facto segregation, double shifts and mobile classrooms. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)