"Diligence is the mother of good luck."
Benjamin Franklin Wise |
"Strive to be the greatest man in your country, and you may be disappointed; strive to be the best, and you may succeed: He may well win
the race that runs by himself."
Inspirational Quotes |
"Either write something worth reading, or do something worth reading."
Benjamin Franklin Action |
"Blessed is he that expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed."
Benjamin Franklin Discouraged |
"A false friend and a shadow attend only while the sun shines."
Benjamin Franklin Friend |
"Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement,
achievement, and success have no meaning."
Benjamin Franklin Success |
"Plough deep while sluggards sleep and you shall have corn to sell and to keep."
Benjamin Franklin Work |
"He that is of the opinion money will do everything
may well be suspected of doing everything for money."
Benjamin Franklin Funny Quotes about Life |
"Drive thy business or it will drive thee."
Benjamin Franklin Perseverance |
"Money never made a man happy yet, nor will it.
The more a man has, the more he wants.
Instead of filling a vacuum, it makes one."
Benjamin Franklin Quotes about Being Happy |
"Content makes poor men rich; discontentment makes rich men poor."
Benjamin Franklin Simplicity |
"Write your injuries in dust, your benefits in marble."
Benjamin Franklin Blessed |
"Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place,
but far more difficult still,
to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment."
Benjamin Franklin Communication |
"If you would persuade,
you must appeal to interest rather than intellect."
Benjamin Franklin Listening |
"Being ignorant is not so much a shame as being
unwilling to learn."
Benjamin Franklin Knowledge |
"Hide not your talents. They for use were made.
What's a sundial in the shade."
Benjamin Franklin Words of Encouragement |
Quotes about Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin, inspired by his love of reading, cultivated friendly
relations with the clerks in the bookstores. From them he borrowed
which he took home in the evening with the utmost care, and
having spent most of the night in reading, would return them at an early
hour in the morning,
before the master of the shop had time to miss them.
John S.C. Abbott, Benjamin Franklin
Over the course of a long life, in private letters as well as public documents,
Franklin was wholly consistent in the values he espoused and
in the beliefs that guided him. In every respect they are contrary
to the things of this kind that have been written about him. Furthermore,
of his achievements and the contributions he made to the world are
all evidence of the nobility of his soul.
George Rogers, Benjamin Franklin's The Art of Virtue
Franklin is also interesting to us because by his life and teachings
he has done more than any other American to advance the material
prosperity of his countrymen.
Frank Woodworth Pine, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Franklin was the consummate entrepreneur and can be thought of as
helping to plant the seeds for the great tradition of
American entrepreneurship and innovation.
Mark Steinberg, Benjamin Franklin: Statesman, Patriot, and Entrepreneur
Helping Others |
Benjamin Franklin led a much disciplined life. This helped him to
achieve so much in his life. It is known that he was very strict
with his daily routine.
Sam Rees, Benjamin Franklin: 48 Leadership and Life-Changing Lessons from Benjamin Franklin
Through his (Benjamin Franklin) self-improvement tips for
cultivating personal virtues and his civic-improvement schemes for
furthering the common good, he helped to create, and to celebrate,
a new ruling class of ordinary citizens.
Walter Isaacson, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life