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What I Learned From Benjamin Franklin

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Franklin grew up poor, but went on to become one of the most influential people in the world. There’s always some luck involved in success stories, but here are some lessons I derived from his autobiography that likely contributed to his success:

-Stay out of debt. This was especially important during Franklin’s era, since unpaid debt could land you in prison. Franklin recognized that under…

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Writing mostly to myself. Sharing some of it with you. Hope it helps.

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