Home >> Quotes & Sayings >>

John Hancock Quotes (21 Quotes)


Find John Hancock books & products @ Amazon


  • The greatest ability in business is to get along with others and to influence their actions.
    (John Hancock)

  • If the July jobs report was bad news, at least it wasn't awful news,
    (John Hancock)

  • We're not desperate, we just want to get our head count up to our control level. I'd like to hire about nine or 10, and I think that would move us into this winter and spring. We're basically hiring and training year- round.
    (John Hancock)

  • The residents that are there are really concerned they're being disenfranchised, and they don't have a voice in what's going to happen to them.
    (John Hancock)

  • This shows that, despite the Democrats' rhetoric and money, they have been unable to gain ground.
    (John Hancock)


  • There, I guess King George will be able to read that.
    (John Hancock)

  • We are actually grateful with the results, and the positive movement in our direction. We feel we're in a very good place three years before an election.
    (John Hancock)

  • Speed is the number one thing trucks can do, if they slow down every 10 miles per hour, they save a mile per gallon.
    (John Hancock)

  • Maybe we need to fall on the common-sense side of protecting these species, but continue harvesting wood products we all use and enjoy. We've got to be able to do both -- protect water quality and species, as well as harvest trees.
    (John Hancock)

  • The sixth year of a presidency brings difficult elections for the party in power. We're expecting to see a political environment in November 2006 that is going to be substantially better than the one that exists today.
    (John Hancock)

  • Nothing could be more crazy than that. I had no idea that it was being changed. This guy is eat up with these conspiracy theories and this insanity.
    (John Hancock)

  • The fact is that Congressman Blunt has a senior leadership position in the Congress of the United States, and that can only be good for Missouri.
    (John Hancock)

  • They didn't annex them, but now the other property has been annexed and these adverse things are happening to them without any dialogue to speak of. They need to have a voice, and their voice needs to be heard.
    (John Hancock)

  • In principle, rapid productivity should make wages rise, but it seems that until the job market tightens up a bit, all the productivity gains flow to corporate profits,
    (John Hancock)

  • A lot of the focus, at even the venues that support underground music, seems to be less on live music groups and more on records by other, more well-known national acts.
    (John Hancock)


    Related Authors




Pg 1/212