In my first post, I quoted a few lines from Benjamin Franklin’s Advice to a Young Tradesman (1748) about valuing your time as you would value money.
The clarity of that quote led me to read the entire passage (it’s only a couple pages long), and it was definitely time well spent.
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I’m a big fan of Napoleon Hill’s writing. It’s fascinating to read about money in the day-to-day context of past generations, in a time before PC’s, the internet, or social media. It also illustrates the deep-seated desire for people to be rich regardless of historical time period.
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