Theodore Roosevelt Quotes About Fear

Quotes about: Fear
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  • It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.

    Theodore Roosevelt (2012). “The Strenuous Life: Essays and Addresses”, p.2, Courier Corporation
  • There were all kinds of things I was afraid of at first, ranging from grizzly bears to 'mean' horses and gun-fighters; but by acting as if I was not afraid I gradually ceased to be afraid.

    Theodore Roosevelt (2015). “Theodore Roosevelt on Bravery: Lessons from the Most Courageous Leader of the Twentieth Century”, p.19, Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
  • The worst of all fears is the fear of living

    Theodore Roosevelt (2012). “In the Words of Theodore Roosevelt: Quotations from the Man in the Arena”, p.119, Cornell University Press

Theodore Roosevelt

  • Born: October 27, 1858
  • Died: January 6, 1919
  • Occupation: 26th U.S. President
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