Natalie Stewart

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Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: Music Can Make A Difference

Today’s tip for success is focused on helping you overcome this challenging economy. It is taken from my new book, Turn Setbacks Into Greenbacks. Another way to reframe your thinking is to fill yourself with the pure, the powerful, and the positive. The much-loved quotation is absolutely true: “Music hath charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak!”

Inspirational and uplifting music can brighten your day and give you hope. And when you have hope for the future, it can give you power in the present! I make a point every day to listen to positive, uplifting music that helps me to get positive input that lifts my spirit, even in challenging times. I listen to a song every day called “You Got To Keep Kicking”, which is taken from a story about two frogs who got separated after getting caught in a storm. One jumped into a bucket of milk and cursed the bad breaks and gave up. The other also jumped into a different bucket of milk He didn’t like the situation but he refused to give up and kept kicking. He kept kicking and was able to churn the milk into cream and kept kicking and churned the cream into butter and walked out. I recommend you visit my website and listen to a sample of the song and get motivated!

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


Feb 13: MC Natalie Stewart of Floetry is 31.


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Feb. 13, 1892: The first African American performers, the World’s Fair Colored Opera Company, appear at Carnegie Hall. (Source: