Benjamin Franklin’s Secret to Success

Benjamin Franklin’s Secret to Success

Franklin chose thirteen subjects that he felt were necessary or desirable for him to acquire and try to master, and he gave a week’s strict attention to each subject successively. In this way, he was able to go through his entire list in thirteen weeks and repeat the process four times in a year.

Feel free to substitute some of your own ideas of subjects that you find to be necessary or desirable for you to acquire mastery.


(as he wrote them down, and the order that he used them)

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