Bushwick Bill

Bushwick Bill

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Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: Breaking the Mental Barriers

Re-program your mind to go beyond what you think you can do and do the impossible. If you reprogram your mind to see that things are possible, then your mind will respond to the new information and go about making those dreams come true. Then in 1954 a young man named Roger Bannister ignored the common belief and believed that it was possible. He prepared himself and eventually he ran the mile in 3 minutes 59 seconds. He broke the time barrier as well as the mental barrier. In 1964 a young high school runner named Jim Ryun ran it in less than four minutes, and now lots of people are able to run four-minute miles and the record continues to be broken. Why? Because people realize that it is possible; it can be done. They have a new mind-set and their mind is now able to go after what was thought to be impossible. If you think you can or think you cant . . . you are probably right! Reprogram your mind and go after your dreams and I know that you will start to break some barriers in your life. Have a great day!

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Dec. 8: Rapper Bushwick Bill of Geto Boys is 43.


MopTop, the Hip Hop Scientists, is a different twist on the usual black history Web site concept. Here the emphasis is on African Americans in the sciences. (www.moptopshop.com).

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Dec. 8, 1936: NAACP filed first suit to equalize the salaries of black and white teachers. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)