The end of January approaches. How many of you are still working on those New Year’s resolutions? If you haven’t started, haven’t yet chosen one, or have already given up, it’s not too late to concentrate on them once more. For motivation, take Calvin Coolidge’s words to heart:

“The great fact seems to be that when a man dedicates his whole soul to his work, when he fully determines to meet the responsibilities that he incurs, in his time of need some power outside himself directs his course and gives him the strength to prevail. To such men comes revelation. They do better than they know. Therein lies the hope of the world.”

From “Calvin Coolidge Says” a syndicated newspaper column July 10, 1930