Each evening, just before retiring, we will have a little Round-Up of the day's doings, of the problems in our business and home life, of our hopes and ambitions.
We'll try to solve perplexities, dissolve worries, absolve ourselves from pull-backs, and resolve to better our lives.
We'll plan and prepare that we may have more poise—efficiency—peace; that's Pep.
We'll learn how to establish helpful thought habit that our lives may be full of gladsome notes instead of gruesome gloom.
We'll aim at
These, then, are the purposes of this book.
WM. C. HUNTER,