Hard Work

“Surprisingly few men are lacking in capacity, but they fail because they are lacking in application. Either they never learn how to work, or, having leared, they are too indolent to apply themselves with the seriousness and the attention that is necessary to solve important problems. “

Any reward that is worth having only comes to the industrious. The success which is made in any walk of life is measured almost exactly by the amount of hard work that is put into it.”

Calving Coolidge The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge, 1929. p. 171

The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge (1929) is available for free on the Internet Archive. https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.87969/page/n193/mode/2up

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