Franklin Roosevelt As Entrepreneur

In his first inaugural address (March 1933, for you fellow would-be Presidential historians), Franklin D. Roosevelt sought to comfort and encourage a worried nation, trapped in The Great Depression.  When he asserted his firm belief that “…the only thing we have to fear is…fear itself..”

In her new book, Master Your Fears: How to Triumph Over Your Worries and Get On With Your Life, psychologist Linda Sapadin helps us to see just exactly this.

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