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‘The only thing we have to fear is fear itself’
Posted on July 9, 2013 by Jay Morris
Ever since eighth-grade history class, when I first encountered those famous words by FDR, I’ve wondered about their meaning. How could you fear fear? I just didn’t make sense to me. Then along comes life—a few hard knocks, some doubts … Continue reading →
Posted in Entrepreneurship, Staying motivated | Tagged change, failure, FDR, fear, goals, Napoleon Hill, six fears | 2 Comments