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EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE
Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: The Power Of An “I Know I Can!” Mindset
Most people have an ‘‘I hope I can’’ mindset. But a person who has a made-up mind has an ‘‘I know I can! I know I will!’’ mindset. These are the people who consistently seem to win in life and in business. They consistently beat the odds and continue to have success. They go through the tough economic times and come out on the other end better and wealthier. We know that stormy economic winds are going to blow, but if we have made up our minds that we are going to win, we find that we are on the right path to greater success. Once you make up your mind, you are halfway there—the battle is half-won. Very little actually happens until you make up your mind. Make up your mind that you will not just survive your present situation but thrive! Make up your mind that you will find a way to succeed! Make up your mind that you will go the extra mile! (The only mile where there is never a traffic jam.) Make up your mind—find your dream, focus on your dream and fight for your dreams.
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Feb. 1: Actor-comedian Garrett Morris is 73. Actor Sherman Hemsley is 72. Jazz pianist Joe Sample is 71. Rapper Big Boi of Outkast is 35.
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Feb. 1, 1960: Four students form North Carolina A&T College started Sit-in movement at Greensboro, N.C., five-and-dime store. By February 10 movement had spread to fifteen Southern cities in five states. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)