"I think that I've learned that America is incredibly resilient. We went through as bad of a financial crisis as anything in our lifetimes. And you know, the country has bounced back. It's not bounced back all the way, but people are tough, and folks work hard, and they're not easily shaken. It has been so impressive to me the way folks have been able to just keep goin' about their business. Some of them in very difficult circumstances. I think I've learned about myself that I'm pretty resilient too. I'll get knocked down a couple of times. But when I read letters about folks who've lost their jobs and haven't been able to find one, sent out resume after resume, and then finally after a year and a half, they get hired, you know, that inspires me. It says to me, "You know what, whatever I'm goin' through, it's nothin' like what families around the country are goin' through. And if they are able to keep goin' even when things don't go the way they want then I sure can as well." - President Barack Obama says after Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes asked, "What's the most important thing you've learned about your two years here, about yourself, about the job?"...click here in case you missed the President's recent segment on 60 Minutes.