The Remarkable Self-Improvement Advice of Benjamin Franklin and Tony Robbins

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Long before the appearance of Dale Carnegie, Brian Tracey and Tony Robbins, Americans eagerly followed the self-improvement advice of a 17th-century inventor, statesman and philosopher. His counsel, annually between 1732 through 1758 as Poor Richard’s Almanac, continues in print more than two centuries later as a published … Read more

You’re Creative and Have Great Ideas — Now What?

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We love stories about flashes of sudden inspiration. Archimedes famously shouted eureka — translated loosely to I’ve got it! — after stepping into a bath and seeing the water rise. This gave him insight into a question about volume and density he’d been struggling over for days. … Read more