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Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: Triumph

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. Get a copy today…you’ll be glad you did! Don’t stop trying. Whatever you do, do not stop trying. ‘Try’ is part of the word, triumph. One of the most important points in turning setbacks into greenbacks is to make decision that you will not stop trying. Make up your mind that you keep hitting the rock, keep pushing, and keep trying to achieve your goals. As you keep hitting the rock, you know that if you hit it long enough and hard enough it will eventually break!

Once the rock (the hard obstacle in front of you) breaks, you will not know for sure whether it broke because the hundredth hit was so powerful that it shattered the rock, or whether the rock was worn down from the constant and consistent battering and finally broke due to the cumulative impact of all the hits. Whatever way you think, you must make the commitment that you will not stop; that you will not give up; that you will not give in. Don’t stop! The main thing is that the rock, the obstacle in your way, finally broke and is no longer in your way! Don’t stop fighting for your dreams!

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


March 25: Singer Aretha Franklin is 68. Actor James McDaniel (“NYPD Blue”) is 52. Actress Lisa Gay Hamilton (“The Practice”) is 46.


If you remember the Lockers, the dance troupe that changed the game, you’ll enjoy this site: http://thelockersdance.com/main.html

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Mar. 25, 1931: The Scottsboro Boys, nine young African Americans, were falsely charged with rape and collectively served more than 100 years in prison. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)