CIP 008. Conquer Fear Through Action: Theodore Roosevelt in the Badlands

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In this episode of the Classic Influence Podcast, we examine a revealing experience of Theodore Roosevelt in the Dakota Badlands. We’ll also explore a few lessons we can learn from his experience as well as a few of the tactics he used for overcoming his fear. We also look briefly at Eleanor Roosevelt’s experience during the women’s rights movement, and her approach to dealing with her own fears. This episode emphasizes the importance of both your actions and beliefs in regards to fear and how to adopt the most resourceful mindset about confidence and courage, one that will serve you throughout your life.

If you like this show, please share it with a friend. Also, please check out the book, Mastering the Power of Grit. Following a similar format as this show, shared through their own compelling stories, Mastering the Power of Grit reveals the timeless lessons learned from the legends of grit and the corresponding strategies, tactics, tips and tools you can use to master the power of grit to achieve your own most daring dreams and goals.

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