Entrepreneurs hungry for insight in business can glean timeless lessons from Franklin’s life. The last of 15 children to a working-class family, Franklin retired from business life at age 42. Entrepreneurs will learn the value of networking through Franklin’s use of the Junto, as well as learn about Franklin’s personal time management and personal improvement system that many successful business owners have implemented personally. The biggest impact Franklin’s Autobiography has on entrepreneurs is the recognition that certain principles – hard work, thinking outside of the box, filling unmet demands – work the same as they did in Franklin’s life 300 years ago.
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