Motivational Quotes by John Hancock

John Hancock, a towering figure in American history, is often remembered for his bold signature on the Declaration of Independence, symbolizing his unwavering commitment to freedom and justice. Beyond his historical significance, Hancock’s words and deeds have inspired countless individuals, embodying the spirit of leadership, courage, and perseverance. This collection of motivational quotes by John Hancock seeks to illuminate the wisdom and foresight of a man who played a pivotal role in shaping the United States. Each quote is a testament to Hancock’s belief in the power of individual action and the importance of steadfast resolve in the face of adversity. Through his insightful words, we are reminded of the enduring values that can guide us through challenges and toward a brighter future.

Motivational Quotes by John Hancock

Quotes by John Hancock

The greatest ability in business is to get along with others and to influence their actions.

In circumstances as dark as these, it becomes us, as Men and Christians, to reflect that whilst every prudent measure should be taken to ward off the impending judgments, …at the same time all confidence must be withheld from the means we use; and reposed only on that God rules in the armies of Heaven, and without His whole blessing, the best human counsels are but foolishness… Resolved; …Thursday the 11th of May…to humble themselves before God under the heavy judgments felt and feared, to confess the sins that have deserved them, to implore the Forgiveness of all our transgressions, and a spirit of repentance and reformation …and a Blessing on the … Union of the American Colonies in Defense of their Rights [for which hitherto we desire to thank Almighty God]…That the people of Great Britain and their rulers may have their eyes opened to discern the things that shall make for the peace of the nation…for the redress of America’s many grievances, the restoration of all her invaded liberties, and their security to the latest generations.

There, I guess King George will be able to read that.