Today's "Wake Up & Win" continues with the Women's History Month theme, this time celebrating the dearly missed restaurateur, model and overall businesswoman B. Smith.
For today's "Wake Up & Win," Dr. Willie Jolley gives a brief summary on the "Apostle of Ireland" Saint Patrick's influential life story and why he's so deserving of this annual holiday.
In celebration of Women's History Month, Dr. Willie Jolley dedicated today's "Wake Up & Win" to civil rights icon Harriet Tubman for her display of strength, patience and passion when it came to famously freeing enslaved Black people in the South via the Underground Railroad.
Today's "Wake Up & Win" sees Dr. Willie Jolley keeping the Black History Month theme going by focusing on the resilient story of Jesse Owens, a track and field icon that famously proved the nefarious Adolf Hitler wrong by winning big during the unforgettable 1936 Summer Olympics.
In today's "Wake Up & Win," Dr. Willie Jolley revisits the inspiring story of Black sports pioneer Satchel Paige as a way of breaking down the concept of mind over matter.
Although a good portion of our lives is controlled by the pursuit of making money, Dr. Willie Jolley dedicates his "Wake Up & Win" for today to something all the more greater: dreams!
Dr. Willie Jolley focuses his "Wake Up & Win" for today on the benefits of persistence using our very own Urban One founder Cathy Hughes as a prime example.
Dr. Willie Jolley's "Wake Up & Win" for today is about understanding the struggle that comes with progress using the wise words of Black History icon Frederick Douglass as guidance.
We've got a special three-part "Wake Up & Win" to hit you with, starting today with a helpful tip on growing together as a couple.
Go into the weekend of love ahead with some advice from the good Dr. Willie Jolley, who's schooling us on the benefits of embracing as a couple by simply holding hands in today's segment of "Wake Up & Win."
Our good friend Dr. Willie Jolley chose today's "Wake Up & Win" mantra to focus on what to do when you don't agree with your significant other.
To cap off this week and prepare you for a new one ahead, Dr. Willie Jolley takes a quick minute to explain why the phrase "I Do" is more than just a set of vows you tell your significant other — it's also a way of life.