In this episode of the Productivity Power Up podcast we discuss what Benjamin Franklin can teach us about productivity. Most people associate Ben Franklin with his roles as founding father, diplomat author, and inventor. Did you know that he was also somewhat of a productivity geek? Today we’re going to share a few tips we can learn from him about getting things done…the right things!
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Quote of the Week
You may delay but time will not.
— Ben Franklin
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Vickie and Larissa