How the Average American can Weather the Financial Crisis Without Becoming Emotionally Overwhelmed

From an interview I did this evening with Charles Benson of WTMJ TV 4 in Milwaukee, written by Katie DeLong:

“MILWAUKEE – David Bohl, a lifestyle coach and former venture capitalist with much knowledge when it comes to the economy and financial gains and losses appeared on Live at 4:30.

His message: people can actually benefit by focusing on themselves rather than just their bottom lines.

Bohl discussed how the average American can weather the financial crisis without becoming emotionally overwhelmed.”

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